Voiply Leverages Apidaze to Create Unrivaled SMS App, Voiply Online

Posted by Natalie DeCario on August 14, 2018 at 10:38 AM


Voiply
provides simple and reliable phone solutions to businesses that are smart, ambitious, and building for the future. They’ve been part of the VoIP Innovations (VI) tribe since 2016 and have been making waves in their space ever since. The challenge that they were presented with recently was finding an SMS API provider that allowed them to integrate programmable SMS and traditional hosted PBX into one SMS app.

They were happy to discover that Apidaze, our programmable telco solution, is capable of doing exactly what they needed. By utilizing our communication APIs, they were able to create an SMS app called Voiply Online. The app allows for real-time business SMS communication with integrations for gmail/exchange contacts and Trello for AI auto response capability.

Before using Apidaze, they had been unsuccessful in finding a complete text messaging solution anywhere else in the market that allowed both programmable SMS and hosted PBX enablement.

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Celebrating 20 years of CPaaS: How Technology Came to Be

Posted by Allison Boccamazzo on August 8, 2018 at 9:30 AM


Organizations are coming to understand the pivotal role of communications for successful digital transformation: research estimates $7 trillion will be spent on digital transformation by 2021, with a large share allocated towards communications technologies. Critical growth and innovation objectives boil down to real people collaborating to create extraordinary outcomes, and this depends on the communications tools that are employed.

In this next-gen era where communications drive sustainable transformation, Communications Platform-as-a-Service (CPaaS) has emerged as a strategic weapon (the global market is expected to grow from $400 million in 2015 to over $800 million by 2019). But CPaaS isn’t anything new; in fact, the technology was founded by The Parlay Group 20 years ago.

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Call Centers: Get CPaaS in Your Corner

Posted by Natalie DeCario on August 6, 2018 at 6:00 AM


These days, call centers have no shortage of tools to put to work to get the most out of everyday operations. From analytics platforms to chatbots and even text messaging platforms, the tools that provide call centers with great new advantages abound. One new tool that's changing the way call centers operate is Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS).

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The Benefits of a CPaaS-Enabled Contact Center for SMBs

Posted by Allison Boccamazzo on July 30, 2018 at 2:49 PM


Application integration, channel diversity, service personalization: these are the core pillars of today’s next-gen contact center. For exampe, Deloitte estimates that
phone interactions will decrease by 17%  from 2017 to 2019 while channels like chat, social media and SMS will pick up steam. This growth in channel complexity, along with increasing interaction volume, has backed many SMBs into a corner.

Customers want businesses to hear them, understand them and appreciate them—and that means delivering the communications experiences they expect. Communications Platform-as-a-Service (CPaaS) affords SMBs access to cutting-edge communications and basic contact center capabilities to cost-effectively compete.

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The Three C’s of CPaaS: Context, Compliance and Choice

Posted by Allison Boccamazzo on July 27, 2018 at 3:21 PM


We’ve covered Communications Platform-as-a-Service (CPaaS) quite a bit here on this blog, from leveraging the technology across different verticals to maximizing its usage with next-gen technologies to market statistics and major players. CPaaS might sound like a complicated buzzword, but it’s really quite simple. In the end, the technology boils down to what we at VoIP Innovations call the three C’s of CPaaS: context, compliance and choice.  

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How CPaaS Transforms Collaboration and More than Doubles Revenue

Posted by Allison Boccamazzo on July 18, 2018 at 4:14 PM

The benefits of employee engagement are well-proven: companies with such employees enjoy more than double revenue growth compared to those with less engaged workers and outperform competitors by over 200%. Unhappy workers cost the U.S. alone up to $550 billion each year in lost productivity. Undoubtedly, setting the stage for employee engagement is imperative for operations as well as customer experience.

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Integrating Enterprise Communications With Software

Posted by Natalie DeCario on July 16, 2018 at 6:00 AM
Smartphones have cultivated in users a taste for a cohesive, integrated experience, and innovations continue to test whether or not this taste can ever be satisfied. Enterprise communications is experiencing a trend that follows this path, with applications increasingly integrating communications tools right into their workflow features.
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Tags: Communications, Enterprise, Collaboration, Software

Deep Learning: What It is, How It’s Used and Why It’s Important

Posted by Allison Boccamazzo on July 12, 2018 at 2:11 PM


Artificial Intelligence (AI) ranks within the top three technologies to drive business transformation over the next two years. It has the potential to increase corporate probability in 16 industries by an average 38% by 2035. Already, 80% of companies have some form of AI in production today.

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Why MSPs Play an Important Role in Digital Transformation for SMBs

Posted by Natalie DeCario on July 3, 2018 at 1:45 PM

Small- and mid-size business (SMB) owners wear a lot of different hats, and rarely do they enthusiastically embrace that of the digital transformation visionary. Navigating the many cloud tools available for improving productivity, streamlining processes and improving the customer experience requires not only expertise, but also time and resources.

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Tags: Small Business, MSP, SMB, Digital Transformation, Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery

Boost Business by Strategically Using Programmable Numbers

Posted by Allison Boccamazzo on June 26, 2018 at 3:12 PM

If your business is not using programmable numbers, it needs to start. As in, right now, today. Research estimates the cost of a mid-range phone system to be around $500 per handset, with this price doubling for a higher-end system. For a small business with upwards of 500 employees, this translates into as much as half a million dollars. Just for PHONES.

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