VoIPtalk passes 3CX Interoperability Testing

VoIPtalk today added the popular 3CX platform to its list of supported PBX platforms. VoIPtalk has been unofficially supported on the 3CX forums for years so interoperability has existed for some time. Now with official support VoIPtalk will appear on the software application’s list of approved vendors, providing straightforward configuration and connection with one of the most well established VoIP networks in the UK.

Stephen Corrigan, Channel Manager for 3CX says “We are pleased to be working with VoIPtalk, who have proven themselves over a number of years as a leading ITSP in the UK, delivering exceptional service and support for UK reseller partners. 3CX employ rigorous interoperability tests to ensure complete compatibility, reliability and support, all designed to deliver a seamless  experience to all our partners.”

Tan Aksoy, Managing Director of Telappliant Ltd said, “We are extremely happy to have VoIPtalk listed as a certified 3CX service. 3CX is one of the most well established Windows PBX solutions out there and customers can now be up and running with a fully functioning telephone system complete with telephone number and outbound calling within a matter of minutes. The 3CX/VoIPtalk service proposition is an extremely powerful solution and should appeal to every small business out there.”

About 3CX
3CX is an international developer of telecommunications software. 3CX is a Microsoft Gold Certified partner and is backed by an experienced management and development team. Its product, 3CX Phone System for Windows, developed specifically for the SMB market, has earned Windows Server 2003 Certification and has received numerous awards, including the TMC Labs 2007 Innovation Award, The Windowsnetworking.com Gold Award, as well as, the IT EXPO Best of Show award 2007 and the INTERNET Telephony Magazine Product of the Year Award all in recognition to the company’ commitment to innovation and quality. 3CX maintains a global presence with offices in 9 countries and localized information available in various languages.