VirtualPBX Updates Desktop Softphone to Expand Global and Device Compatibility

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By adding German language and peripherals updates, VirtualPBX Desktop Softphone now reaches more devices in more regions, worldwide.

VirtualPBX updated award-winning Desktop Softphone

VirtualPBX updated award-winning Desktop Softphone

“Localization is always a big project for SaaS products, and VoIP is no different,” said Lon Baker, VirtualPBX’s COO. “Now with German language support, customers can expand and grow their businesses into the thriving German-speaking economies.”

VirtualPBX has added more capabilities to their already award-winning desktop softphone. Enhancements in three areas have made for an increase in the number of people and types of situations that can benefit from VoIP telephone service.

“Localization is always a big project for SaaS products, and VoIP is no different,” said Lon Baker, VirtualPBX’s COO. “Now with German language support, customers can expand and grow their businesses into the thriving German-speaking economies."

In addition to the language enhancement, the latest softphone update also includes a boost in device compatibility focusing in two key areas. First, with added peripheral enhancements, the softphone can be used with widely used Plantronics and Logitech headsets without any third party software. Additionally, this update makes the softphone compatible with the increasingly popular 2-in-1 style of laptop notebooks. The use of these hybrid personal computers is increasing among business travelers, and now the VirtualPBX softphone is the go-to business telephone solution for employees inside and out of the office.

“By studying customer habits and weighing their feedback, it became clear that compatibility with 2-in-1 laptop/tablet combinations was going to be irreplaceable before too long,” added Baker.

The third area that the softphone is being updated in is in the mid-call user interface. By adding new hot key feature, VirtualPBX has created a tab that can toggle in or out of the screen and execute certain, in-call functions. This allows users to hold, end, transfer, or mute calls even while the softphone is minimized.

For more information about the VirtualPBX softphone, it’s latest update, or for information on how to include it into your own business communications strategy, visit VirtualPBX.com.

About VirtualPBX
VirtualPBX was founded in San Francisco in 1997 and brought some of the first commercially available hosted PBX service to market for small business owners. Born from the advent of the hosted telecom industry and driven by the innovative vision of its founders, VirtualPBX continues to deliver leading edge telephony products for business. Backed by award-winning, local, in-house support teams, VirtualPBX offers an array of services including disaster recovery, network monitoring and optimization, and professional system management.

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Rachel Anderson
Vice President of Design & Marketing
888.825.0800 Ext. 339
Rachel.Anderson(at)VirtualPBX(dot)com

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