TRAVERSE CITY — The managed communications and network services provider Appia Communications Tuesday announced the immediate availability of its new Appia³, or Appia Cubed, hosted VoIP offering.
Appia Cubed is a fully managed hosted phone service for companies and organizations. Featuring mobility, scalability, and competitive pricing, Appia Cubed is a complete solution for office communication, without the headaches or expense of managing an in-house phone system.READ MORE: Kalamazoo Tests For Lead Exposure Following High-Lead Level Reports In Other Michigan Cities
“Customers want options in purchasing phone services,” said Appia president Victor Von Schlegell. “With Appia Cubed, customers select how to buy the service and the type of handsets they want to use — all at an attractive price. I was one of the first users on the system and my favorite feature is using my iPhone as a handset — I have the power of Appia Cubed everywhere.”
Key features include:
* Softphone mobility – iPhone, Android, and Windows
* Unlimited auto-attendants
* Find-me, Follow-me
* Customer-managed portal
* CRM and Outlook integration
“Your break room doesn’t need the same phone features as the receptionist desk,” said Jason Ulm, vice president of channel sales for Appia. “With other hosted providers, you pay the same price for all of your phones, which inflates both your monthly bill and the cost of your phones. Appia Cubed prices each type of phone uniquely, giving you the right solution and best price.”
Appia Cubed is compatible with and auto-provisions Cisco, Grandstream, Polycom and Yealink phone handsets.
To learn more about Appia Cubed and Appia Communications please visit www.appiaservices.com or call (877) 277-4297.MORE NEWS: Preserving Legacy, Sister’s Return To Revitalize Childhood Neighborhood, After Seeing Increase In Blight
Appia focuses on small to midsize companies and organizations and has operations in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis and Washington D.C.