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Voice Systems Receives Diamond Partner Designation from Vertical Communications

February 14, 2013

Telecommunications provider Voice Systems, Inc. was recently named a 2012 Diamond Partner by international provider of unified communications solutions, Vertical Communications (News - Alert). Voice Systems earned this designation due to its record sales of Vertical unified communications and IP-based telephony solutions in 2012.

“It’s an honor to receive this recognition from Vertical Communications, which has been a partner for us for many years,” said Richard Medeiros, president and chief executive officer at Voice Systems, in a statement. “We’ve had a productive 2012 and are well positioned to increase our business this year. Our sales team continues to work diligently to advocate Vertical’s unified communications and advanced mobility tools to the marketplace. We have every expectation that these new technologies, combined with our ability to satisfy the needs of New England-based businesses, will propel our growth in 2013.”

Voice Systems is headquartered in Canton, Massachusetts, providing telecommunications solutions and services to businesses and municipalities throughout both Massachusetts and Rhode Island. As a contractor on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts statewide contract ITT29A, Voice Systems can sell directly to local municipalities.

The company has been a partner of Verticial Communications for almost eight years and was awarded its Diamond designation at Vertical's "Connections 2013" business partner conference. Vertical also named Fulton Communications as its Deal of the Year for 2012 at the conference.

Fulton offers a wide array of voice, data and video communications technologies, and its sales figures "significantly exceeded" those of other Vertical partners in 2012.

“Voice Systems is a customer-focused organization with a history for delivering advanced communications technology to sophisticated businesses,” said Rick Dell (News - Alert), chief operating officer at Vertical. “As one of our most enduring partners, we’re proud of Voice System’s achievement, and look forward to building on our mutual success for many years to come.”

In October, Vertical Communications vice president of product management and engineering Bobby Mohanty took part in ITEXPO (News - Alert) Austin 2012 speaking on two panel sessions.

Edited by Braden Becker

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