Cbeyond makes cloud voice services available on broadband networks
by MDJ staff
June 21, 2014 11:32 PM | 1585 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Cumberland-based Cbeyond Inc. announced Thursday the national availability of its TotalCloud Phone System cloud-based managed voice and communications platform.

Cbeyond is now able to deliver cost-effective managed voice and communication services to small and mid-sized businesses across virtually any broadband network connection.

“Offering our enterprise-class cloud services independently of our managed network service reflects Cbeyond’s commitment to being the premier cloud service provider to SMBs,” said Bill Thomson, senior director of product management with Voice and Unified Communications Services at Cbeyond. “With a newly expanded national sales force, we can now make our cloud solutions available anywhere in the U.S.”

Launched in 2012, TCPS is an cloud-based, managed communications service offering advanced calling and routing features that help employees become more productive, efficient and reachable, regardless of work location.

The cost-effective hosted phone service also reduces initial equipment expenditures and the ongoing labor and support costs of maintaining a traditional, on-premise phone system.

As part of this new initiative, Cbeyond is also offering its Communications on the Go solution, which bundles several Cbeyond products and features TCPS, Cbeyond Communicator for desktop and mobile and Cbeyond Mobile nationwide.

Communications on the Go extends the power of TCPS to smart phones and computers, and provides customers with an integrated solution for mobile workers at a bundled price.

Cbeyond’s cloud services for SMBs are sold through all of the company’s sales channels, including its extensive channel partner network and leverage more than 15 years’ experience and a consultative approach to developing solutions tailored to specific SMB customer needs.

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