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Ecosmob Open Source Services Target SMEs


August 31, 2017

India’s Ecosmob Technologies Private Ltd. has been promoting an array of VoIP-based open source business communications development services. These offerings are aimed at small and medium enterprises. And they are based on open source technologies including Asterisk, FreeSWITCH, Kamailio, and OpenSIP.

“Be it conferences, webinars, live board meetings, or online training sessions, the communication solutions developed by using VoIP platforms can handle everything seamlessly,” according to Ecosmob.

The company adds that its Asterisk-based solutions can be used to build billing, click-to-call, conferencing, phone verification system, and polling solutions. Its FreeSWITCH solution can be employed to enable conferencing, fax server, hosted and IP PBX, and session border controller solutions.

The Ecosmob Technologies solutions built on Kamailio allow services to scale, the company indicates. Such solutions, the company says, can support thousands of calls per second. And its OpenSIP solution development service can be used to create application servesr, gateways, and switching solutions.

“Our experienced VoIP developers have designed solutions keeping all the requirements of VoIP service providers and enterprise clients alike,” says Krunal Patel, associate vice president of sales at Ecosmob. “Our solutions facilitate the global clientele to establish a unified communication. Our team of expert developers has set many milestones in providing client-centric solutions across various industry verticals.” 

For example, Ecosmob provides video conferencing solutions to the government, health care, hospitality, and real estate industries. It offers an array of development options to communications and media companies, among others. And it caters to the restaurant and travel industries with mobile app development.

“We offer custom mobile app development,” says a company spokesperson. “This app can have any number of features as well as any type of functionality. This depends on the need and budget of the restaurant owner. The restaurant owner can choose the features he wants to have in his app and we ensure to develop those for him. This gives flexibility to the restaurant owner to get the features, he wants to have in his app to ensure better returns over his investment.”




Edited by Erik Linask




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