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Bridgevoice Launches VoIP Marketplace
Last Week, Bridgevoice announced the launch of its Automated Carrier Platform, which was christened Bridgevoice Pluto. This online platform will allow businesses to quickly and easily compare VoIP and SMS systems, and select the one that is most in line with their communication needs. Resellers can also take advantage of the platform to buy, sell, and trade their services.
Bridgevoice Pluto will make it easier than ever for businesses to be connected with the set of VoIP services that is perfect for them. Much like Kayak for hotels and flights, Bridgevoice Pluto consolidates all of the information that is out there about various system providers and product options, and allows businesses to hone in on exactly what options they need that are in line with both their demands and their price points. It gives these businesses access to information that they simply would not have the time to collect on their own due to the sheer mass of data that currently exists.
“As BridgeVoice expands its global carrier services, we decided at the launch of our Automated Carrier Platform and White Label offering that these services required a name to convey that we connect the world,” explains Bankim Brahmbhatt, CEO and President of BridgeVoice. “BridgeVoice Pluto suggests the vision of an interconnected and vast universe that is continuously expanding. Our automated platform provides VoIP service providers and carriers worldwide with access to a seamless, secure web-based portal, which similarly will continue to expand and connect a vast universe of customers and partners.”
VoIP systems are a huge boon for businesses because they allow for phone systems that can quickly and cheaply be tailored to the individual needs of any business. However, this blessing also came with a curse: because there were so many options, it was very difficult for businesses to select the system that best fit their model. The online marketplace of Bridgepoint Pluto will hopefully serve as a remedy to this. The end result should be that it is easier for more businesses to adopt VoIP technology, as they will be able to make decisions with more speed.