Telcentris Adds Two VoIP Solutions

By Sheila Shanker
Updated: April 01, 2011

Telcentris Adds Two VoIP Solutions

Technology has made lots of improvements lately, specially with VoIP, also known as voice over Internet protocol. This phone system uses an Internet connection to provide voice and other services to businesses and homes. If you have a reliable Internet connection, you’re ready to use VoIP.

At the March 2011 Channel Partners Conference and Expo in Las Vegas, Telecentrist presented its new system suite, which includes more than one methodology of using VoIP. This company is one of the first to offer a comprehensive white label portfolio to channel partners, such as resellers, MLMs and businesses interested in the VoIP market.

Telecentric is a well-known firm in the area of cloud communications with VoxOx, which offers popular VoIP features such as call encryption, and a personal assistant for forwarding and recording calls. This company used to offer only one white label system, the WL, but now it offers two more: WL2 and WL3, providing customers with more flexibility and control over their private-label communications offerings.

  • WL—billing system, administrator and member portals, invoice templates, reporting and other features
  • WL2—same as WL plus API access for customers and more control over functions, interfaces and other issues
  • WL3—version of hosted or partioned softswitch, which allows partners to add direct carrier interconnections and other flexibilities.
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