Aptela Extends VoIP Market Leadership with New Call Control Functionality

By Robin Wilding
Updated: February 24, 2011

 Aptela, a nationwide leader in hosted VoIP solutions and winner of TMC's 2010 Internet Telephony Product of the Year award have done it again. With their release of Aptela version 5.3 they are leading the hosted PBX and VoIP industry once again with new call control functionality. This new version of Aptela’s cloud-based calling platform offers increased business intelligence via its new call control functionality.

New additions to v5.3 include a Find Me Management Tool, Follow Me redirect tool, Do Not Disturb service, Smart Find Me List tool for regularly called numbers, Department Recording for calls at the department level and a plugin for Firefox to integrate internet and telephony services.

The new version from Aptela was written in Erlang/OTP using CouchDB to store data and shows the true scalability and strong rollover protection offered by cloud-computing-based telephony services.

These additions to Aptela’s cloud-computing-based VoIP services will increase the abilities of mobile workforces, especially for companies with large sales fleets, entrepreneurs and small businesses. The addition of hard-line-like telephony services to a mobile cloud-accessed VoIP services is truly bringing the cloud to life, and gives intuitive enterprise-level solutions to small businesses and mobile entrepreneurs.

The addition of this toolset by Aptela will help bring the growing abilities of cloud-based telephony to the foreground and will undoubtedly challenge other hosted VoIP solutions to begin using cloud technology on mobile platforms.


 

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