This has been a busy year for InPhonex
as the three-year-old company forges ahead in today’s race to become a top supplier of Internet telephony solutions. For starters, InPhonex has just announced enhancements to its reseller program VarPhonex. Developed in response to the need for a hassle-free, more flexible reseller solution with a low barrier to entry, the VarPhonex Program supplies small businesses and entrepreneurs with a complete "VoIP-Reseller-in-A-Box" solution.
New options for resellers now include a pay-as-you-go calling program called InPhonex LiteLine; support for video calls at no additional charge; best quality routing for selective resellers; an Application Programming Interface (API) for VarPhonex' customer control panel; and "The NAFTA Special", a Mexico/United States/Canada unlimited plan.
"We strive to keep our resellers ahead of their competition by offering the highest quality and widest variety of options to suit their needs," said Todd Hirshorn, president of InPhonex. "We are continually upgrading our VAR offerings because our partners and their customers demand and deserve the best."
In March, InPhonex announced being designated as a Participating Small Business Provider by Linksys
, a division of Cisco Systems (News
). As one of only seven ITSPs meeting the tests of rigorous Linksys (News
) program, InPhonex integrated the LVS 9000 into its system for seamless operation, simple installation and ease of use.
And in February, InPhonex announced support of the IP PBX from Linksys. Instead of spending thousands of dollars on an enterprise telephony system, small businesses can now purchase a fully functional PBX system operating over the InPhonex IP telephony network, saving on both up-front costs as well as on regular monthly telephone bills.
Cindy Waxer is a Toronto-based freelance journalist specializing in business and technology. She has written for publications including TIME, Fortune Small Business, Business 2.0, Computerworld, Canadian Business, and Workforce Management. To see more of her articles, please visit Cindy Waxer’s columnist page.