VoIP Innovations (VI) is proud to announce that it has become a virtual competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC). For over 10 years, VI has provided customers with comprehensive and transparent choices across a range of voice networks. As a virtual CLEC, VoIP Innovations can now provide its own network when delivering CPaaS (communications platform as a service) and SIP Trunking solutions. VI numbers have the lowest cost, offer rapid porting, and support all premium VI services.
DIDs are the bread and butter for any ITSP and VoIP Reseller, so knowing how to manage your inventory is pertinent to their success, especially if you have thousands of DIDs in your stock to sort through.
On today's Talking with Tapolci, we'll go over some features that you should be using to effectively run your business. Jason will demonstrate the benefits of DID management by using our BackOffice.
When dealing with a VoIP service wholesaler, the BackOffice is where you handle your business operations such as ordering and managing DIDs, porting numbers, organizing groups and endpoints, and so much more. While a BackOffice is imperative for your VoIP company’s survival, they are not all created equal. To guarantee that your company is operating at its full potential, make sure that your BackOffice includes all of the following features.
"There are so many worlds, and I have not yet conquered even one."
– quote on Alexander the Great, Plutarch.
For Alexander, control was everything. Conquering all and uniting everything under one flag was his goal. Upon hearing that there were an infinite amount of worlds that existed in the universe, he wept. Although he conquered so much, there was still much to be had. In the business world, you too should keep that mindset. Be a conqueror, grow your empire, and stay in control.
A college student walks into a convenience store late on a Saturday. He approaches a screen. It asks for his order all while displaying a colorful buffet of his favorite fried snacks. He touches the “fries” icon. It asks for the size. He selects bucket. With a few more taps on the screen, his order is processed and delivered just as he wanted. A bucket-sized order of chili-cheese fries with extra sour cream. The college student is pleased. The convenience of the automated machine supplied him with the chili-cheese fries he desired along with more time to eat, party, and study.
A quick message for wholesale VoIP providers who choose carriers and features on behalf of ITSP providers:
“We the people hereby declare independence from the oppression from tyrannical wholesale providers. We demand our right of choice when accepting services from a telecom carrier. Let it be known, on this glorious day of liberation, that we shall exercise the Freedom of Choice!”
If you’re an ITSP, you should be making the decisions. It’s your product, it’s your business, and you should have a service provider that will allow you to make your own choices in carriers and features. Today, let’s look into how Choice can improve your ITSP business.
We published an article about starting your own VoIP company. Since that post was all about different types of services you can offer as an Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP), we decided to explore the topic further.
Here are our top three service ideas for new ITSPs:
VoIP has become huge in the past decade or so, and as such it's a fantastic time to become as Internet Telephony Service Provider, or an ITSP for short. For businesses, VoIP is quickly replacing traditional phone service as the norm. The industry has been doing great as a whole: worldwide, the telecommunications sector revenue grew a huge 8% from 2012 to 2013, a total of $68 billion. In addition, global VoIP subscribers in the residential sector totaled 212 million in 2013, an increase of 8% from 2012. These numbers are promising, so if you're looking to get on board to provide this service, take a look at what you need to do!