IPsmarx: Driving Innovative through VoIP and Communication Tools

IPsmarx: Driving Innovative through VoIP and Communication Tools

The transformative shifts of technological evolution, particularly the increased usage of communication and networking tools among businesses are aiding them to anticipate industry trends and avoid pitfalls. Today, with mobile platforms being the most sought after method of sharing and disseminating data across organizations and in the overall market, services such as Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) are cutting down unneeded costs to drive revenue. These internet based services—enterprise-grade versions of residential VoIP and business VoIP solutions provide advanced features and functionality such as conference calling, desk-to-desk calling and automated attendants. IPsmarx, one of the leading providers of VoIP and communications technology, is helping companies to leverage advanced technology integrated with recent innovation to provide competitive prepaid telephony and VoIP solutions.

With more than a decade of assisting companies using an array of devices and applications to deploy VoIP practices and services, the firm’s offerings include International Mobile Top Up Solution, PINless, and Calling Card Solution, and Breeze Mobile VoIP Solution. The IPsmarx’s expert team has deep acumen and capabilities to adapt these solutions to the clients’ specific needs and opportunities. The team has helped customers from various sectors using nearly 1,000 systems for a wide range of applications. With the help of its in-house research and development team, the firm focuses in driving companies to prosper in dynamic markets. “Our customers from a wide range of industries and markets rely on our professional expertise to identify the problem or opportunity and define as well as implement the best solution for their enterprise,” says, Arash Vahidnia, President and CEO, IPsmarx.

The International Mobile Top Up Solution of IPsmarx enable customers to purchase mobile minutes from other countries for local subscribers. Airtime recharge, one of IPsmarx’s professional services is a mobile money product used around the world that is creating a mobile market revolution. Users can use airtime for calling, texting or accessing the Internet.

The IPsmarx’s SIP-based PINless and Calling Card Solution is an all-in-one management solution for prepaid service providers that have real-time billing and reporting and enhanced features for reseller management, e-commerce, advanced recharge options, as well as promotional and marketing tools.

IPsmarx’s user friendly VoIP technology and platform is empowering firms to manage their networking needs and migrate from existing systems to services to boost business productivity

The Breeze PINless Mobile Dialer provides PINless calling services to end users of mobile devices and this app also enables them access residential prepaid PINless calling service through devices to make calls without using their data plan or Wi-Fi.

From tier 1 telecoms to international hospitality brands, IPsmarx’s user friendly VoIP technology and platform is empowering firms to manage their networking needs and migrate from existing systems to services to boost business productivity. Additionally, the enterprise is known for providing comprehensive training and support to their clients to help them manage the rising demand in communication networks, and keep their infrastructure reliable. To sum it up, the IPsmarx’s professional and VoIP services leverage their experience and in-house development resources to assure companies would be able to optimize their telecommunication network, migrate or update their infrastructure, introduce new services, improve customer experience, and system productivity.

The company is developing strategic plans to lessen the impact of a legacy migration, from the end user experience, customer service, and internal billing and support resources. “IPsmarx is planning to carry on its quest to use its business experience and development resources to capacitate companies to optimize their telecommunication infrastructure to overcome current or future challenges,” Vahidnia concludes.