4 Things To Do During VoIP Deployment

cloud deploymentIn our last post we discussed how to prepare for a successful VoIP telephone system deployment. But the work does not stop there.

There are several things to consider during the deployment process that will ensure success in the long run.

Head over to Telecom Reseller for 4 tips!

Custom Work: IMAP Syncing

imap voicemailAsterisk IMAP Voicemail system too slow? Not a problem!

Our custom workaround speeds things up with one way syncing between the IMAP mailbox and telephone system.

In this solution, voicemails are stored on the file system and monitored for deleted folders or voicemails. As soon as a voicemail is deleted from the email account, it is also deleted from the file system.

Custom Work: gloCOM

s-netDid you know we can customize gloCOM for any company or telephone system?

We’ve already done it for for S-Net Communications, Telappliant, and many others. You’re next!

Among other things, the custom solution can include:

  • Different name
  • Different icon
  • Disabled faxing
  • Support for web plugins
  • Setup of default country for outgoing calls
  • Removal of free edition

5 Reasons Why Even SMBs Should Use VoIP

All too often it is large businesses that have all the advantages and many SMBs assume the same is true when it comes to VoIP. But Ziff Davis brings us 5 reasons why SMBs should be using VoIP too.


VoIP is a service, not a product, which makes it accessible to any kind of business. Unlike legacy systems that came in a one-size-fits-all (or does NOT fit, in the case of many small businesses), VoIP solutions are flexible and can be customized to fit even SMBs.


Many SMBs incorrectly assume they will need an expensive switched system to use VoIP. While this may be the best option for larger businesses, it is not necessary. Other options like a Key Telephone System are available for small business at a significantly lower price.


Legacy systems necessitate a fully trained IT team to manage the separate voice and data networks and implementations. VoIP eliminates the need for a voice network and can be run without much IT support. Hosted or Cloud systems take implementation and support out of the hands of the SMB and allow individual users to manage their own line.


SMBs that are hesitant to make large purchases with a long-term commitment can use VoIP on a month-to-month basis without a contract. This removes the risk of being stuck with a system that is not working for your small business. VoIP allows you to back out at anytime if it is not working.


Incumbent providers have always catered to large businesses with SMBs as an afterthought. VoIP has so many options that even the smallest businesses can find a perfect-fit. With VoIP the customer is in charge of their solution. VoIP also opens the door to non-local solutions that can be purchased and maintained online.

In conclusion, there is no reason for SMBs to feel left out in the world of VoIP. With a solution available for any size of business, now is the time to make the switch! To learn more visit Why Your Business is Not Too Small for VoIP from Ziff Davis.

Custom Work: Call Shops

call shopsGiven the popularity of call shops around the world, it was only a matter of time until we created a custom solution for call shop functionality.

This solution was developed for Apio Technologies in Colombia to allow functionality with Call Shop booths, operators, receipt printing, API, and more.

Our Call Shop multi-tenant custom work can be duplicated anywhere around the world with a VoIP PBX telephone system.

Read more in our Apio Technologies Case Study.