Snom Americas Vice President of Sales, Brian Tompkins, was interviewed by The Silicon Review as part of their annual feature, "50 Innovative Companies to Watch in 2019."
If you're unfamiliar with multi-cell communication solutions, our colleagues in Germany put together the following case study to demonstrate the type of powerful communication installation made possible by the Snom M700 Multi-Cell Base Station. In this unique setup, the Snom team got creative to outfit The Chaos Communication Camp, an international meeting of 5,000 hackers, with a secure DECT communication system covering one square kilometer of open meadow.
Acquired by VTech in 2016, Snom Americas now offers 3CX Resellers higher margins, longer warranties and North American-based support. In this webinar, Sarah Boucher, Inside Sales Manager, Snom Americas and Jim Cassidy, Regional Sales Manager - Western Region, Snom Americas, provide an overview of the Snom advantage and our most recent product offerings.
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If you're unfamiliar with multi-cell communication solutions, our colleagues in Germany have put together the following case study to demonstrate the type of powerful communication installation made possible by the Snom M700 Multi-Cell Base Station. While the Hospital described in this case study is located in the lower Saxony region of Germany, the need for a flexible, reliable and scalable telecommunication system is not unique.
Snom Americas recently worked with Telecom Reseller and Gary Audin to create an educational webinar, or "EDUcast," on the issues encountered by both small and large businesses when selecting the best communications solutions.
Have you heard about the transition from VTech Business Solutions to the Snom Americas brand for SIP-based business products? By now, it might be old news. But many partners are still familiar with buying and selling the VTech Brand.
Do your homework on vendors and phone brands. There are many SIP phone vendors, and if you view them as commodities, it will be difficult to tell them apart.
When thinking about quality, it’s easy to assume SIP phones will always work as they did from the beginning. After all, there are no moving parts and most of the features are software-based.
However, everyday wear and tear takes a toll from phones falling off the desk, coffee spills, power spikes, electronic failures, etc. Warranty coverage is an important consideration. When considering SIP phones, the longer the warranty coverage, the better. Also look for warranties with advanced product replacement, which means the manufacturer quickly sends a new (not refurbished) replacement phone the minute it’s needed.
Do your employees move to and from their desks—or the back warehouse? With SIP cordless phones, they can do just about everything on a cordless handset that they can do on a deskset—hold, transfer, conference, and even intercom between other handsets.