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Fonality Doubles Customer Sales in First Half of 2010
By Rajani Baburajan, TMCnet Contributor
Fonality, a provider of cloud-based business phone solutions and contact center solutions for growing businesses, has announced the company’s customer sales in the first half of 2010 have more than doubled compared to the prior year.
According to company officials, Fonality’s (News - Alert) cloud-based business communications solutions replace traditional phone systems and its patented technology provides automated system monitoring, rock-solid connectivity and complete data privacy over the cloud. Advanced functionalities include: unified messaging, chat, voicemail and e-mail, and integration with products such as Microsoft Outlook, Google (News - Alert) and Salesforce.
New product enhancements, corporate expansions and increased customer sign-ups propelled Fonality's success during the first part of this year, company officials said.
Fonality Connect, designed for SOHOs, is a competitively priced, all-inclusive cloud communication solution with unlimited domestic and international calling between 10 countries.
Fonality Professional and Enterprise, designed for small- to medium-sized businesses and enterprises, provides an on-site software option for the cloud service. The benefits of these premise systems include added privacy, on-site redundancy, network optimization and WAN failover.
Fonality's unified communications suite, HUD, integrates with Professional and Enterprise and merges all communications into one, easy-to-use dashboard.
“Fonality solves the communication requirements of any size business with our custom-tailored cloud-based IP telephony services,” Dean Mansfield, CEO at Fonality, said. “We've listened to the needs of our customers and our product family further distinguishes us from other players in the telephony space. We're excited to build on the 2010 momentum and bring reliable cloud-based phone systems to new customers.”
In addition, company officials said that as Fonality continues to grow, the company has doubled its team over the last year and expanded operations through additional offices in Dallas and Sydney.
Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi