News : AVOXI Announces Upcoming Launch of New Version of AVOXI Core
Cape Town, Oct 29, 2014 -- As part of its pursuit to provide users with more control and flexibility, AVOXI is proud to announce the upcoming launch of an all new version of its cloud PBX, called AVOXI Core.
The new release, called ORCA, delivers a completely new user interface (UI) combined with a much more powerful engine for AVOXI Core. The new UI boasts more flexibility and customisation for its users and access to a new conference calling feature.
Steve Youngblood, AVOXI's Product Manager, is thrilled about the upcoming launch. "ORCA is the product of many sleepless nights, months of planning and weeks of development and testing. The final product, I'm happy to announce, truly re-imagines the way that our customers control their communication needs."
Along with the release of ORCA, AVOXI is especially excited about the launch of its new conference calling feature. David Wise, AVOXI's CEO and Founder, states: "Businesses of all sizes utilise conference calling, so we wanted to give our customers the ability to not only make these types of calls, but get a first-hand look into the details behind them." AVOXI's conference calling feature will be available free of charge for all AVOXI Core customers.
ORCA will replace AVOXI's current cloud PBX user interface on the launch date, in a few weeks.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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AVOXI is a cloud communications provider focused on meeting the international calling needs of call centers, hotels, tour operators and global enterprises around the globe. With network operation centers and offices in the US, the UK, South Africa, Costa Rica and Jamaica, AVOXI provides telecommunications and enhanced VoIP software solutions including international toll free number service, Cloud PBXs and cloud based contact center solutions with advanced features such as IVR, call recording, call forwarding and enhanced routing.
Published: Thursday, October 30, 2014