TALLINN, Estonia, July 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
SmartTelPlus, a cloud-based telephony provider, today announced that it is launching a self-service business telephony service. Users can now set up a fully functional telephony system in 15 minutes or less using their web browser - no special skills required.
All it takes to get office telephony up and running is to register on https://smarttelplus.eu/ and make the first payment (new users are given 10 euros at registration to put the service through its paces). Users then set up their new system using the simple and user-friendly online control panel. And they can even get to work right away using whichever device is most convenient for them, be it a smartphone or desktop computer.
SmartTelPlus clients currently have access to:
- cloud-based PBX with all the usual functionality (IVR, voicemail, smart queues, rerouting, and more)
- fixed and toll-free numbers for rent
- unlimited conversation recording and storage
- Instant Callback - a service that calls site visitors back in a record 28 seconds from when they click the "Call me" button.
All settings and reporting are available 24/7 from any internet-enabled device.
"We aren't exaggerating when we say that you can set up the entire system over a coffee break," says Julia Bal, company's head of external communications. "You connect a number, assign extensions, and set up rules for processing incoming calls, voicemail, and IVR. All you need is internet access and a few minutes of your time. If you've ever worked with traditional PBX before, you already know how to work with our functionality; the only difference is that we hand over complete control to you. Because, who knows your business and telephony needs better than you? If a question pops up, you're always welcome to contact our client care service-we're here 24/7 and fluent in all the languages spoken in all the 6 countries we cover."
SmartTelPlus is changing the way people think about business telephony. Our system is self-service, and we designed it in such a way that users can do without a specialist; they set up and control the whole thing themselves on any internet-enabled device. Having our own infrastructure and communication channels means that we can also offer prices that are much lower than the market average, and we do so in the UK, the Baltics, the Czech Republic, and Poland.