Panasonic System Communications Company of North America, a leader in small business telephone systems 1, today announced Telesphere as a Panasonic SIP Hosted Preferred Partner in its new program. In order to provide a complete hosted PBX solution for its customers, Panasonic’s alliance with Telesphere, along with its broad network of authorized resellers, will provide rich service features, high quality Panasonic SIP phones and valuable support to meet the communication needs of end users in all business environments. Telesphere is a leading nationwide provider of cloud communication solutions, enhancing the productivity of businesses. With one of the largest nationwide Cloud Communication Platforms, redundant MPLS network, and advanced UC product suite, Telesphere is a leader in providing enterprise level, multi-location customers with a full portfolio of Unified Communication services including Voice, Data, Video and Collaboration services. This alliance brings together Panasonic’s award-winning SIP phones and its extensive reseller network with service and support from Telesphere to provide customers with reliable, affordable hosted phone solutions, including predictable costs, flexibility, support for multi-site and remote workers, and rich feature and applications suites. Additionally, customers with tight budgets who prefer to pay operational expenses on a monthly basis can take advantage of a hosted PBX service’s ability to provide lower upfront costs and the flexibility to add and remove users, as needed. Utilizing Panasonic authorized Business Telephony Systems (BTS) resellers, end users will receive on-site support during installation as well as ongoing support and expertise for their business telephone solutions. "Telesphere understands that a comprehensive communication system, especially when serving multiple locations across the nation, is critical to productivity in today’s businesses," said Kim Murtagh, Product Manager for Communications at Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. "That is exactly why in partnership with Panasonic and its highly trained BTS reseller community, together we offer customers a complete suite of hosted PBX offerings that is not only affordable, but flexible, feature-rich and backed by the continuous and ongoing support that businesses across the country require to succeed."
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