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Ecosmob Connects FreeSWITCH Hosted PBX Platform to the World

Ecosmob Technologies Pvt. Ltd, a FreeSWITCH Solution Provider delivers cost-effective solutions of Hosted PBX to enterprises and organizations across the globe.

Apr 10 2014, 2:03am CDT | by

Ahmedabad, India, April 10, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Being one of the providers of FreeSWITCH solutions, Ecosmob now offers the most significant yet affordable solutions for the development of Hosted PBX in the global market. Since, FreeSWITCH has made its niche in the telecom industry, for this very reason, today enterprises are looking for Hosted PBX solutions. FreeSWITCH Hosted PBX solution has been designed to refurbish and integrate conventional and existing channels of communication.

Hosted PBX is a service where PBX features and call platform are hosted at the service provider location. Thus, business end users now can connect via IP to the voice service provider. Ecosmob is renowned for catering a plethora of open source based FreeSWITCH solutions. The company is now known for its FreeSWITCH Hosted PBX solutions which are completely client-centric.
FreeSWITCH Hosted PBX solution provided by Ecosmob is highly versatile and scalable offering a great redundancy while managing the database, routers, servers and internet connections. It functions as an automated reception, managing multiple calls.

FreeSWITCH Hosted PBX is an agile and robust solution. It easily handles the complexities of server setup, maintenance and software installation, so you are not required to deploy anything,” said the director of Ecosmob. “FreeSWITCH Hosted PBX is an efficient tool for effective and seamless functioning of your enterprise,” the director further added. He also discussed about its key features of call management, which are:
- Phone lines are always available to any numbers of customers
- If call is unanswered, message can be left to the user on his voice mail box
- Alerts of unanswered calls on cell phones or via mail
- Option of an automated mail or fax w/o changing the existing phone lines
- Faxes are delivered to mail box

Switching to enterprise VoIP services in the form of business Hosted PBX services is a great way for enterprises to cut down costs. Businesses get an effective call quality and reliability that meet the needs with traditional business phone services sleeved with robust features and cost savings rendered by VoIP, thus Hosted PBX systems are becoming renowned amongst businesses these days.

Ecosmob consists of experienced FreeSWITCH Hosted PBX experts, they always thrive to work round the clock to cater client-centric Hosted PBX development services coupled with the best standards of business efficiency.

Contact Information:
FreeSWITCH service provider division of Ecosmob
Phil Borghuis
1-303-997-3139
Contact via Email
http://www.freeswitchservice.com

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