Panasonic starts cloud-based communications services in the U.S.

 

Panasonic
System Networks Company of America launched its Cloud-based services solution,
Panasonic Cloud Business Phone System for small businesses.  

 

This
marks the first step into the services industry from a company that has
provided state-of-the-art telephony systems for business owners nationwide.

 

Recognized
as the number one choice for small business phone systems, Panasonic is now
expanding into services to meet changing market needs by pairing its highly
regarded business phones with equally reliable Cloud-based voice services.

 

The
Cloud is the new frontier for major technology companies like Panasonic, and
we’re excited to harness it for the benefit of our customers,” said Bill
Taylor, president, Panasonic System Networks Company of America.

 

Our
small business customers tell us they want a simple, feature-rich, customizable
business phone system.  Panasonic values this feedback and we have
hand-picked the leading companies in their fields to help us reliably meet our
customers’ requests. With support from these industry leaders, we created a
top-of-its-class Cloud-based hosted-voice solution to help small businesses
maximize their potential,” Taylor added.

 

Small
businesses are the fastest growing business segment in the U.S. today.
Collectively they account for more than $92 billion in spending on
telecommunications equipment and services. Despite the size of their
investment, many smaller businesses are underserved by service providers who have
prioritized the needs of larger enterprises.

 

Panasonic,
with its history of providing hardware solutions for small businesses, will now
use its expertise to provide convenient and cost-effective services to fit
small business needs.  

 

The
Panasonic Cloud Business Phone System is
designed specifically to meet the communications needs of owners and operators
of the nation’s 5.5 million small businesses.  

 

Using
Cloud-based voice services provides small businesses with increased benefits
such as, intuitive web-based installation and the ability to enable features,
or activate additional lines by simply going online, instead of relying on tech
support to help.  

 

This
reliable and easy-to-use phone system does not require complicated IT setup or
support and is the first product of its kind to be available online and at
convenient retail locations where small business owners frequently shop.

 

Panasonic
Cloud Business Phone System is designed in collaboration with BroadSoft, the
leading global provider of software that enables the delivery of real time
voice and multimedia communications services.

 

We
believe Panasonic’s expansion into the hosted unified communications services
market exemplifies its dedication to innovation and desire to meet the
communication needs of its small business customers,” said Michael Tessler,
president and chief executive officer, BroadSoft.  

 

An
affordable, off-the-shelf communications solution, the Panasonic Cloud Business
Phone System includes easy, web-based set-up and account
management. Installation is as straightforward as registering the phone
online and then plugging it in directly out of the box.

 

The
Panasonic Cloud Business Phone System model KX-TGP551, offers scalable systems
for companies with fewer than 10 employees.  Later this year, the company
will expand its Cloud service offerings even further.

 

By
Telecomlead.com Team
[email protected]

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