PacWest leverages Terrapin Solutions' agents to expand reach of VoIP program

Wholesale carrier PacWest Telecomm has found that the best way to scale its Telastic white label hosted VoIP program will be through a series of partnerships, and it found such a partner in cloud service master agency Terrapin Solutions.

Under the terms of the agreement, Terrapin will make the Telastic hosted IP/PBX service available to its 1,400 nationwide agents.

Known as a designer of cloud solutions for businesses based on cloud telephony, cloud computing and managed services, Terrapin will leverage Telastic's communications cloud environment to provide Telastic's scalable and comprehensive packaged VoIP and PBX feature set for white-label hosted IP/PBX and residential VoIP offerings.

Establishing the relationship with companies like Terrapin will be critical for PacWest, which just introduced the Telastic service in September. Likewise, Terrapin enhances its own value proposition to its cloud customer base with another established portfolio of alternative hosted VoIP solutions for enterprise customers that don't want the hassle of managing an on-site telephony system.

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