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[January 22, 2013]

Vertical Communications Names Fulton Communications 2012 Dealer of the Year

SANTA CLARA, Calif. --(Business Wire)--

Vertical Communications (News - Alert), a leading provider of business communications solutions, announced that Fulton Communications was named Vertical's Dealer of the Year for 2012. The award was presented at Vertical's "Connections 2013" dealer conference, held last week at the Doubletree by Hilton Paradise Valley Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. Headquartered in Norcross, Georgia, Fulton Communications offers a comprehensive array of voice, data and video communications technologies and support services through a network of 19 offices across the United States.

Fulton joined the Vertical family in early 2012, and in that timeframe, achieved sales figures that significantly exceeded those of other Vertical partners. All of Fulton's Vertical-related sales were completely new installations, with no legacy Vertical technologies on-site.

"We're elated by the remarkable success that Fulton has been able to achieve in less than one year since signing on as aVertical partner," said Rick Dell (News - Alert), chief operating officer at Vertical Communications. "The Dealer of the Year award is a credit to Fulton's ability to drive sales, particularly to customers who are new to Vertical's solutions. The award is also an affirmation of the appeal that the Wave IP platform has to customers that are looking to improve their operations and lower costs through advanced communications solutions."


"Vertical Communications' solutions are proven to be versatile, powerful and germane to the true needs of businesses," said Ben Treadway, president of Fulton Communications. "The company has taken an intelligent, real-world approach to delivering value and robust capabilities through innovative applications such as mobility, unified communications, collaboration, call recording and advanced communications features. We are delighted to receive this honor, and look forward to a prosperous future with Vertical."

About Vertical Communications

Vertical Communications, Inc. is a unified communications (UC) and IP telephony solutions provider for business-to-business communications. Vertical's business communications systems provide the enterprise-class functionality necessary to deliver seamless connectivity, collaboration and mobility through smart, powerful telephony and voice applications that are simple to deploy and use while substantially reducing operating costs. With more than 200,000 customers across all industries, Vertical solutions are distributed through a network of more than 3,000 authorized dealers throughout North America and in Europe. For more information, visit www.vertical.com.


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