The hosted telecoms market is set for substantial growth, says Natterbox, a provider of telecommunications solutions through Voice SaaS.
Coinciding with its recent launch in the UK, Natterbox has predicted that the market will experience expansion of 100 per cent per year over the next two years, with the SME sector in particular to drive demand for hosted voice (http://www.natterbox.com/) communications offerings.
According to Natterbox, this is in response to hosted telecoms being ideally suited to the specific needs of smaller businesses and operators, who can be wary of traditional products due to high costs and difficulties with installation and maintenance.
Neil Hammerton, CEO of Natterbox, said: "There is a clear opportunity in the market for smart telecoms which improve processes and systems for small businesses and are, at the same time, easy and cost-effective to set up, use and maintain. Hosted telecoms, with no hardware installation and top reliability, are the perfect solution."
"Our data suggests that customers are going to respond excellently to moving telecoms systems such as small business PBX (http://www.natterbox.com/small_business_PBX) to hosted arrangements, and as a result the industry is set for some exciting upcoming growth."
Launched in July 2010, Natterbox's vision is to provide smart and simple to use telecoms for businesses, with unrivalled service and functionality. The company's business telecoms solutions include hosted PBX (http://www.natterbox.com/hosted_PBX), SIP trunking, voice PA, call recording, disaster protection and voicemail.
Natterbox ensures the resilience of its services by providing 24-hour-a-day monitoring by expert engineers, and customers are provided with a 'no jargon' promise and detailed, yet easy to understand, billing.
Co-founded in 2009 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 www.natterbox.com.
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