Scandinavia’s most successful cloud PBX, Telavox, is now available in the UK. Through channel partners, Telavox wants to offer British companies a unique, top-tier cloud PBX service, and claim their solution is 3-5 years ahead of others in the market thanks to its user friendliness.
Telavox disrupted the Swedish telecom market in 2003 when they first went to market with IP telephony and cloud PBX services. Since then, they’ve taken 20% of the B2B market from the traditional operators. The software platform is called Flow and is Telavox’s largest product with approximately 250,000 business users.
The platform is easy to use , yet technically sophisticated and is developed to suit the new digital behaviour of the workforce.
“At Telavox, we are focused on creating a smoother and more enjoyable situation for all types of companies. We have improved communication for thousands of Nordic companies and are convinced that Brits will also benefit from our solution. UK is a large and exciting market, in which our solution will be very competitive,” says Johan Dalström, M.D. for Telavox UK.
“The flexibility of managing the services in Telavox Flow creates freedom and control that is appreciated by all companies where changes in staff and organization are often taking place. The features are easy to manage online, eliminating time-consuming processes that have previously been associated with corporate telephony, ” says Richard Jones, Head of Channel.
“By creating the service ourselves from our user-experience-first perspective, with the help of our 60+ developers, we never have to tamper with the vision. This is very different from other telecom companies. Our processes and full IT support will also make life easier for
our partners. From March 2018 we will start up our first customers. It will be a fun ride and we’re looking for engaged and passionate partners to join us, ” says Richard.
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