Business VoIP Provider PackNet Release New Fully Hosted IP-PBX System

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Leading business VoIP provider PackNet has just announced the latest release of their ‘Metis’ fully-hosted IP PBX system.

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Through continual development and liaison with clients which allows them to have a say in where the product and offering goes, the Metis system will go from strength to strength.

Leading business VoIP provider PackNet has just announced the latest release of their ‘Metis’ fully-hosted IP PBX system.

Metis, a fully-hosted IP PBX system that provides businesses with complete telephony management through a number of key features, has recently undergone an upgrade to extend the functionality. The system, which is used directly by consumers and as a wholesale solution, will now offer a holistic approach to call management with the following features:

  •     Call routing
  •     Call recording
  •     IVR
  •     Inbound/Outbound call management
  •     Fax to email
  •     Number provisioning
  •     Online Billing and Rate Management

PackNet’s managing director, Patrick Byrnes said of the system: “In producing the Metis system we have listened to the needs of our clients. With the telecoms market moving to a converged approach, we believe Metis gives clients all the tools under one roof.”

Patrick added: “Through continual development and liaison with clients which allows them to have a say in where the product and offering goes, the Metis system will go from strength to strength.“

Metis is a unique product, and only PackNet offers the level of functionality (from call recording to IP-PBX) provided via the direct or reseller option.

PackNet have also recently redeveloped their existing website to provide feature overviews for all of the functionality offered in the Metis system.

Established in 2003, business VoIP providers PackNet deliver VoIP telephony services as well as bespoke software development solutions in Manchester and across the UK.

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