March 2015, Johannesburg – Vox Telecom and Grandstream Networks, a leading manufacturer of IP voice/ video phones and video surveillance devices, have partnered to bring the rich functionality of big enterprise PBX solutions to small businesses, at a fraction of the cost.
Grandstream, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, has consistently been awarded the TMC Internet Telephony Product of the Year award, between 2005 and 2014 (with the exception of 2013) and also the TMC Labs Innovation Award between 2010 and 2014.
Says Craig Freer, head of product at Vox Telecom, “While many vendors and small businesses make a case for a hosted PBX solution, there are compelling reasons to evaluate onsite PBX, notably, reliability concerns with last-mile hosted systems and cost as customers demand better connectivity and uptime.”
Because Grandstream’s PBXs run on an open-licensed system, there are zero user, feature and upgrade fees, delivering cost effective scalability to meet growing business needs.
“Vox Telecom’s national footprint, and complement of trained, certified engineers able to implement our system makes this partnership compelling for Grandstream,” adds Eduan Beetge, product manager for Grandstream Networks.
Tailor-made rental options for small businesses that do not have the capital to purchase the equipment outright, and offered as a fully managed solution, the Grandstream PBX by Vox Telecom, is a compelling onsite PBX solution.
Concludes Freer, “We are always looking for solutions and partnerships that will best meet the needs of our customers, and Grandstream undoubtedly delivers a cost effective, award winning and reputable solution for small businesses.”