Htek Partners with Bicom Systems
Bicom Systems, a UC provider that provides all the systems needed to start and grow a telephony company, announced recently that it will be launching its new PBXware version 4.1.2 relatively soon. PBXware is Bicom’s IP PBX Professional Open Standards Turnkey Telephony Platform. Since 2003, it has helped deploy flexible, reliable, and scalable New Generation Communication Systems to SMBs, enterprises, and governments worldwide by unifying technologies.
PBXware supports a wide range of PSTN and VoIP technologies, including Hot Desking, Call Screening, ACD Queues, IVR Auto Attendants, Conference Bridges, CRM Integration, Least Cost Routing, National/Global voice networks. According to a new announcement, users will now have even more flexibility going forward with version 4.1.2.
This newfound flexibility is due to Bicom’s new partnership with Hanlong Technology Co. The partnership will introduce Htek IP Phones into PBXware version 4.1.2. Htek’s reputation for being reliable and cost effective should make its VoIP Phones an ideal option for many PBXware users.
To make this partnership possible, Bicom Systems completed auto-provisioning and certification of Hanlong’s Htek IP phones to ensure full compatibility with all PBXware 4.1.2 options, including the Business, Multi-Tenant, and Call Center editions. Auto-provisioning and certification were done on the full range of Htek IP phone models, including: UC902P, UC903, UC923, UC924, and UC926.
Both companies share the goal of providing ITSPs, resellers, enterprises, and SMBs with reliable and cost-effective phone system solutions, making them natural allies. Together, they will be able to bring out new and exciting packages that should improve operations for users.
It seems like both sides are optimistic for the future of this partnership and the potential it holds going forward. Eldar Avdic at Bicom Systems commented, “We have been working for some time with Htek. Partly because our standards are so exacting…I must extend my many thanks to their team that kept persevering to ensure that we now all have a product that meets some very specific market requirements.”
Stephen Corrigan of Htek expressed similar sentiments, saying, “I have been in this business for many years. In my view, this combination should really give some of the established players a run for their money.”
Edited by Maurice Nagle