FreedomIQ VoIP Blog Q&A - Hosted VoIP vs. Premise Based VoIP: The Honest Truth

FreedomVoice_logo.jpgFreedomVOICE, creators of the FreedomIQ Hosted VoIP PBX, announce that Eric Thomas, CEO of FreedomVOICE, and David Byrd, VP of Sales and Marketing at Broadvox, have provided honest answers to tough questions on VoIP technology. The enlightening Q&A will be featured on the new FreedomIQ VoIP Blog.

When asked about the motive behind this dialogue, Eric Thomas had this to say: “Everyone buying business VoIP phone systems these days is faced with the same issue, how to choose between a hosted and premise based PBX. This presents a daunting task for anyone trying to wade through the mountain of information available on the web. But choosing is simpler than you think if you focus on the real issues, and that is what we’re addressing here.”

Acting as the hosted VoIP representative, Eric Thomas, CEO of FreedomVOICE, has more than 13 years of experience in the development of virtual office solutions and more than 8 years of experience in VoIP. The popular FreedomVOICE business VoIP solution is known as the FreedomIQ Hosted VoIP PBX.

Representing premise based VoIP, David Byrd, VP of Sales and Marketing at Broadvox, has over 20 years of telecom sales and marketing experience. Byrd has held numerous executive positions with companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Sprint, Ericsson, Telcordia, i2 Technologies and Planet Hollywood Online.

These two VoIP experts have no business relationship and have been asked to answer questions honestly and as unbiased as possible. The 1st segment of this 3part series will focus on big questions such as the main points of confusion and is a company’s size an issue when choosing between the VoIP systems? New segments will be posted each week.

Read the first segment of “Hosted VoIP vs. Premise Based VoIP: The Honest Truth.” Just posted!

Posted on Jul 21, 2009  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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