(I-Newswire) April 15, 2010 - Samsung Phones Atlanta, a division of Botwin Communications, announces a partnership with Samsung BCS (Business Communication Systems) to provide two new product lines focused on small and medium-sized businesses. The OfficeServ 7030 and the OfficeServ 7200-S are designed to fill a gap in the business phone systems market.
Chuck Botwin, president of Botwin Communications stated, “Botwin Communications has always worked to provide products based on customer needs, not on possibility. With the OfficeServ 7030 and the 7200-S, Samsung has given our customers the ability to purchase a phone system specifically to suit their needs. Plus, our customers will have the added benefit of new technologies implemented with these phone systems which will allow for greater expandability in IP phones without great expense. We are excited to be Samsung’s premiere dealership in the southeast to provide full customer support for these product lines.”
The Samsung OfficeServ 7030 is designed for businesses who need no more than 20 IP, digital, analog extensions. In addition, the 7030 supports wireless phones, remote IP phones, softphones, and Mobex, a technology used to extend a desktop extension to a cell phone. This system also comes with an embedded Auto-Attendant which is capable of forwarding voice mails to email, providing true communications mobility.
The Samsung OfficeServ 7200-S provides all of the features above with the addition of supporting up to 64 IP, digital or analog extensions.
More information about both of these products is available at http://www.samsungphonesatlanta.com.
Samsung Phones Atlanta is located at 3268 Fairview Drive in Cobb County, Metropolitan Atlanta. Advisors are available for consultation from 9AM to 5PM EST, Monday through Friday, at 1.800.268.9462.
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