Vodia Networks announces the addition of new premier partner, Cove Central

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November 30, 2020

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November 30, 2020

Vodia Networks announces the addition of a new premier partner located in Brunswick, ME. Cove Central, Unified Communications Service Provider has completed necessary training, SIP trunk certification and interoperability with Vodia’s PBX.

Boston, MA and Brunswick, ME (November 13, 2020), Vodia Networks announces the addition of a new premier partner located in Brunswick, ME. Cove Central, Unified Communications Service Provider has completed necessary training, SIP trunk certification and interoperability with Vodia’s PBX.

Vodia is a SIP PBX software (open standard) compatible with Microsoft Teams and that can work as a single tenant or as a multi-tenant instance white label solution for small telecommunications operators, without the need for initial investment and with a business model based 100% on channel distribution.

Kyle Asbury, Director of Sales & Marketing at Vodia Networks: “Working with Cove Central for several years on many projects has been nothing short of amazing. Having a team of real IT pros that have the same ‘think outside the box’ mentality coupled with offering top-notch service, puts us in winning positions that others simply cannot achieve. ”

“As organizations are either in transition or growing, they’re looking for more affordable ways to communicate with their staff.   A traditional PBX or legacy solution for these customers is really outdated for today’s standards and requirements.  Vodia’s innovation is their strength.  Their system was designed from the ground up to address these changes and the mix of platform integration in the communication landscape. We’re excited about becoming one of Vodia Networks’ premier providers,” Jim Whittaker, Managing Director of Cove Central Communications.

About Cove Central

Cove Central Communications is a provider of hosted and on-premise unified communications and collaboration solutions, as well as a Vodia-certified SIP trunk provider. We empower today’s mobile and distributed workforces to be connected anywhere and on any device in one platform.  We provide support to organizations with 5 to over 1,500 users in the Northeast and beyond.

About Vodia Networks

Vodia has been a trendsetter in the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) industry for over a decade. Since 2006, Vodia has led the VoIP world in innovation and forward-thinking development, particularly with its early adoption of a multi-tenancy platform for its customers. They were the first with this offering and are still one of the very few that can deliver it. Today, Vodia develops and provides leading-edge software for Unified Cloud Communications which are trending significantly on a global scale. Their array of products and services – Vodia IO, Vodia IOP, and Vodia Single Tenant or Hosted PBX Software – position Vodia uniquely in that they can provide solutions for practically every type of business communications need.

Additionally, their offerings are compatible with an unprecedented number of technologies including hard phones, softphones, API’s for numerous third-party SW and CRM systems.

Vodia Networks maintains a global presence with offices in four countries. Localized information is available in Germany, France, Australia, Hong Kong and South Africa.

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