SimpleVox

A phone platform for modern companies and startups
SimpleVox is a phone platform for modern companies. The current office phone system was first adopted in the 1960's and it worked great. The problem though, is that business has changed a lot in the last 50 years, and the phone system hasn't caught up. Sure there have been advances in technology, but the current generations of VoIP phone systems are just replicas of the same system that's been around for 50 years. The truth is, if you're going to run a business, you need to have phones. So what are you left to do? Use a cell phone? That only works for one person. Buy a PBX? That only works if everyone's in one place, plus it's expensive. Lots of apps and services have come along to try and add features and work around these problems, and most modern companies use a smattering of these apps to try and force a square peg into a round hole. This is unreliable. Unreliable phones aren't professional, and an unprofessional company is just a guy working out of his bedroom at his parents house. Well at least that's how it looks when a customer calls. SimpleVox is a phone platform designed for modern companies, to enable you to use enterprise business phone features and benefits the way that makes sense today, not in 1960. SimpleVox let's you add all of your phone devices (SIP phones, cell phones, land lines, apps, and smartphones) to a smart business phone platform with the enterprise features you need to run a busy company, or at least make it sound like you do. Voicemail, auto attendants, conference bridges, music on hold, selective call routing, plus about 32 more features.
App submitted Tue 15 Jan '13
Tags phone voip



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Next generation phone communication for smart companies of all sizes

Review posted Wed 16 Jan '13  ·  211 comments

It never ceases to amaze me that, while virtually every other element of business practices has developed exponentially over the last decade or so, most businesses are still nailed to their expensive and, let's be honest here, rather dated phone ... Read more