Telecoms can be made smarter and simpler to use without exorbitant costs, and we're excited to now be launching the Natterbox website to spread the message of Voice SaaS to the business community.
London, UK (PRWEB) July 12, 2010
Natterbox, the hosted voice provider catering to small to medium businesses, has launched its new website, natterbox.com.
Developed by Loaded Dice Design, the site details the innovative Voice SaaS services now available from this new player in the UK telecoms market, which is set to revolutionise the way businesses handle their voice communications.
Including hosted PBX, SIP trunking, voice PA, call recording, disaster protection and voicemail, Natterbox's range has been designed with the goal of providing high quality and reliability, backed up with exceptional customer service and a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
According to Natterbox CEO Neil Hammerton, a visit to the new site provides a snapshot of how transitioning telecoms systems such as small business PBX to hosted services can assist businesses to maximise their professionalism and impact.
In contrast to traditional systems that involve expensive hardware and maintenance, and often less than optimal reliability, Natterbox's hosted services allow businesses to gain access to professional telecoms features easily and cost-effectively, said Mr Hammerton.
"Business customers interested in improving their telecoms and also in saving time and money can visit natterbox.com to learn about our new hosted alternative," he said. "Telecoms can be made smarter and simpler to use without exorbitant costs, and we're excited to now be launching the Natterbox website to spread the message of Voice SaaS to the business community."
Natterbox is a pioneer of innovative, flexible and effective telecoms solutions, using hosted voice technology. Launched in July 2010, Natterbox's vision is to provide smart and simple to use telecoms for businesses, with unrivalled service and functionality. Driven by the proven management team of Neil Hammerton, Neil Burgess and Jim Page, and based in the southeast of England, Natterbox plans to expand to international markets by the end of 2011.
For more information, please visit natterbox.com.