FreedomVOICE Systems has been delivering affordable, business-quality virtual office solutions for twelve years
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (PRWEB) March 27, 2008
This networking event, held April 27-30th in Nashville, Tennessee, will focus on the Information Transport Systems industry, or ITS. Exhibitors show the latest solutions available in rapidly-evolving fields such as telecommunications, audio/video, and automation. Attendees include consultants, contractors, value-added resellers, infrastructure installers, and network administrators.
"The BICSI Spring Conference presents a great venue for us to present our FreedomIQ partner opportunity," says Eric Thomas, President and CEO of FreedomVOICE Systems. "ITS professionals come from all over the world to see the latest innovations in the industry. Many are aware of the potential of VoIP Hosted PBX phone systems, but are hesitant to embrace the technology because of the instability they've seen in other offerings. We designed FreedomIQ to address these concerns and feel it delivers where early systems have fallen short. We are eager to demonstrate this before such an informed and influential audience."
The FreedomIQ partner opportunity offers recurring, tiered commissions on sales and provides all customer support. Thomas says the opportunity is of particular interest to broadband installers, who can use FreedomIQ to generate additional revenue by offering complete voice and data bundles. Thomas hopes to recruit at the conference by demonstrating how FreedomIQ appeals to a vast market he feels is overlooked by competitors.
"FreedomVOICE Systems has been delivering affordable, business-quality virtual office solutions for twelve years," says Thomas. "One of the struggles we've seen over and over is a small business trying to get off the ground while being tethered to expensive and inflexible premises PBX phone systems. This is causing an enormous demand for a hosted solution from businesses with fewer than twenty employees - those who don't have a large IT budget, but still need to make a big splash to compete. The other systems on the market seem to be more concerned with larger businesses and larger budgets, where the cost-savings of VoIP is an added bonus instead of make-or-break. FreedomIQ fills this market void by making VoIP Hosted PBX practical for any size of business."
Thomas cites cutting-edge voice quality as a critical selling point that sets FreedomIQ apart from other VoIP Hosted PBX phone systems. Many competitors use analog-to-digital translation devices to digitize voice data, which can compromise the quality of calls. FreedomIQ instead utilizes SIP phones, which plug directly into a broadband Internet connection. This removes the additional equipment and prevents loss of fidelity. FreedomIQ also employs exclusive architectural advances developed in-house to further protect voice quality.
"Small businesses use these systems to project a professional image, so it doesn't make sense for them to invest in a service plagued by line static, echoes, or worse -- dropped calls," explains Thomas. "In developing FreedomIQ, we've taken every precaution to ensure we're delivering nothing short of exceptional quality."