Palavon New Hosted PBX / CRM VoIP Solution

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The voice of small business just got a little louder. Northern Virginia VoIP provider Palavon (http://www.palavon.com) , has made a huge step in changing the way small businesses communicate with their customers. Palavon is announcing a new business telephone service that comes with a full feature sales CRM ( Customer Relationship Management ) tool integrated with a robust hosted PBX.

What makes this offer so compelling is that for less than $99.00 per month a small business can have an enterprise PBX and CRM. With so many VoIP providers starting up, Palavon really sets the stage for a more diverse offering for small to medium sized businesses. Integrating CRM / PBX with phone service is a very compelling offer to businesses of all sizes. The Palavon distinct strategy is not to just provide VoIP. Palavon is selling the value of enhanced communications. Palavon converges business solutions with VoIP in every package.

Palavon recently completed the installation of it's International VoIP infrastructure which will soon prove to be one of the most robust VoIP installations on the market. Palavon utilizes the same VoIP backbones leveraged by other major providers. Along with hosted PBX solutions , Palavon also provides SIP / IAX origination and termination to the PSTN. The IAX signaling is designed to provide affordable wholesale VoIP termination to the exploding Asterisk PBX community.

Palavon is paving the way for a new revolution in business communications with plans to go global by 2006.

From the Portuguese word, "palavra" meaning speech. V.O.N. is the acronym for Voice Over Network. Palavon means, to speak your voice over the network.

Palavon Inc. was formed in 2004 to provide telephone service for small to medium sized businesses that will help them improve their communication relationships with their customers, vendors and employees. Palavon brings high-end cost effective telephone services to businesses that could not normally afford but need special telephone and internet services in order to effectively compete in today's economy.

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