Technology Alignment, Inc. releases Protelity hosted PBX services based on VoIPTelCaster

Updated: January 07, 2011

Nampa, ID — October 13, 2009: Technology Alignment, Inc., a global provider of world class solutions, announced today it’s Protelity hosted pbx with cutting edge technology based on Pioneer Linux and the voiptelcaster PBX that assists startup companies to project themselves as big businesses. Protelity’s advanced hosted technology will assist companies to communicate effectively with customers and associates, regardless of location. The VoIPTelCaster technology is being used as a hosted systems is far above the traditional telephone systems. Businesses can benefit from a cutting-edge technology service without capital expenditure. Another benefit of Protelity is the unlimited calling per extension that comes with the service.

The hosted Protelity PBX services can easily connect remote offices, home workers and mobile employees. With cutting-edge technology, the hosted PBX allows companies to set customized professional greeting messages and multiple extensions for departments and employees. Sophisticated features include automated call answering options, call transferring, call waiting, voice mail and follow-me and call forward features. Automatic call forwarding and follow-me will route callers to all phone extensions including home, office or mobile. With efficient voice mail notification service, you will never miss an important voice mail. Voice mails can be sent to an email address or cell phone.

“Our partners and customers were demanding a hosted solution based on VoIPTelCaster for a solution for their customers.” Stated Dianne E. Ursini, Technology Alignment, Inc. CEO. “Based on input from our partner network and customers we released the Protelity hosted PBX solution with unlimited calling per extension. We can leverage our existing support infrastructure and that of our partners to create a pleasant customer experience”.

With a Protelity hosted PBX, there are no hassles or costs to maintain PBX hardware. Utilizing the Vitelity communications backbone and services the company was able to offer unlimited local and long distance coupled with unlimited incoming calls for it’s customers at a price many pay solely for a SIP trunk.

A Protelity hosted PBX system can be set up and activated quickly and depending on the customers requirements. A Technology Alignment partner network can implement a solution for a customer including cabling and network performance analysis.

About Technology Alignment, Inc.

Technology Alignment, Inc., headquartered in Nampa, Idaho, is a leading distributor and manufacturer of Linux Operating Systems, PBX Systems, hosted PBX systems, SIP provisioning, Consumer VoIP and high-end CRM applications. For more information on Technology Alignment and its products please visit http://www.talignment.com.

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