Unified Communications Provider Vantage Acquires Digital Ingenuity
Vantage Communications, a provider of hosted Unified Communications services, has acquired the assets, technology and customer base of Digital Ingenuity, a long-established Philadelphia-based VoIP provider.
Officials with Vantage said that in addition to furthering its nationwide leadership role with the acquisition of several internationally recognized customers, the company will further reinforce its presence in the Philadelphia market, adding to its ever growing customer base in the region.
Digital Ingenuity customers will receive the same great service enjoyed by Vantage customers like the Drexel University Science Center, Brown and Brown, and hundreds of legal and medical practices in Philadelphia.
Company officials said that Vantage will also expand its vertical leadership in the education, medical and insurance industries through clients gained during the acquisition.
"We are extremely pleased to be able to bring such a tremendous group of customers, staff and sophisticated technologies on board to Vantage,” said Robert Phelan, president of Vantage Communications, in a statement.
Phelan said that Digital Ingenuity has a long-standing and well-respected presence in the VOIP market, and the company is confident that each of the new customers will enjoy an enhanced level of service and increased capabilities through Vantage’s suite of advanced technologies.
“We are also excited about expanding upon Digital Ingenuity’s large presence in Wilmington and throughout the State of Delaware,” he said.
He said that Vantage will continue to grow through targeted acquisitions nationwide as well as continued increase in sales through the ever growing Vantage Solution Provider indirect sales channel.
With 38 technology patents, Vantage Communications offers voice and data services empowering businesses to unify and manage their internal and external communication processes more efficiently.
Among the solutions is VIP Communications, a flexible, reliable, hosted telecommunications service that improves customer accessibility and business continuance.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf