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Rack-Soft introduces 4PSA VoipNow Hosted

Rack-Soft introduces 4PSA VoipNow Hosted

Rack-Soft, a developer and integrator of server and Data Centre software, today announced the release of 4PSA VoipNow Hosted, targeted to SMB market and small Internet service providers.

The company states that the new service allows customers to take advantage of VoIP benefits, such as integration with business software applications, lower costs, and increased mobility, without having to bother about hardware equipment or platform management to sustain the application.

4PSA VoipNow employs SaaS distribution model, providing clients with both the application and the infrastructure required to run it. The service is provisioned immediately after order approval and requires no additional investment beside a monthly fee.

Customers can handle administrative tasks such as selecting the preferred SIP provider, configuring telephone extensions, call management, Call Centres administration, conferences, or voice mail through the web interface offered by 4PSA VoipNow Professional, says the company.

"For over five years, Rack-Soft software solutions have been used by hosting and Internet Service Providers to deliver services to end users. There are multiple reasons behind the launch of VoipNow Hosted. First, we offer a business model to hosting providers that goes beyond the available marketing resources.

Secondly, we try to determine more SMB to embrace hosted PBX, even if their providers are not yet delivering unified communication and last, but not least, we are helping small providers to benefit from business opportunities before investing in infrastructure and know-how", said Bogdan Carstoiu, Rack-Soft's General Manager.

4PSA VoipNow Hosted is available in several versions based on the number of extensions supported, storage space, and Whitebox licensing features. Monthly fees start from US $99 for a package that includes support for up to 100 extensions and 20 GB storage space on the server.


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