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Premium Service Delivered by ANPI's New VIP Offering

August 27, 2013

ANPI, a Springfield, IL-based provider of unified communications solutions, has announced that its new hosted UC solution, ANPI VIP, will be ready for general availability starting Sept. 16.

“Our solution was carefully crafted to provide a truly integrated and comprehensive service suite in a fashion that significantly enhances the productivity of a businesses’ employees, while delivering economic advantages over traditional solutions,” said ANPI CEO Dave Lewis in a statement.


Indeed, the new offering appears to offer all that and more. ANPI VIP incorporates mobile access, content sharing and conferencing with system features such as advanced call routing, call recording, fax, video, chat and Web meetings. The new product has been designed, developed and deployed with an innovative and comprehensive approach to the total user experience.

“ANPI VIP is the result of significant investments we’ve made in deploying industry-leading technologies integrated into a unified whole by some of the most innovative minds in the business,” Lewis added. “When married to our existing nationwide network that carries literally billions of minutes per year spanning millions of users, we believe we have assembled a unique platform that is well staged to serve the needs of business customers both today and in the future.”

ANPI VIP addresses a wide range of business needs with packages constructed to meet the diverse requirements of today’s businesses, the company said in a statement. “For example, business executives crave the convenience of integrated mobility and collaboration, while a conference room extension may only require call management and unlimited local and long-distance. ANPI’s purpose-built service packages are designed to enable specific business needs in an economically advantageous way.”

Since 1996, ANPI has been providing business communications solutions to businesses of all sizes across the country. In 2003, the ANPI system exceeded one billion minutes of usage per year, and has been growing in size, services and more billions ever since. Today, ANPI’s nationwide IP network, with a 24x7 monitored Network Operations Center, transports voice, data and video for hundreds of carriers, thousands of businesses and more than nine million end users.

To learn more about ANPI VIP or any of the company’s other top-shelf offerings, be sure to visit ANPI at ITEXPO (News - Alert) in Las Vegas this week. They’ve set up shop at Booth 221, and ANPI’s Malachi Threadgill will be speaking at a 10 a.m. session Tuesday, “Recurring Revenue: The Secret to Success.”




Edited by Stefania Viscusi

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