Thursday, April 9, 2009

National VoIP Communications Solutions Provider, Protocall Communications, Signs on as Sutus Inc. Channel Partner

National VoIP Communications Solutions Provider, Protocall Communications, Signs on as Sutus Inc. Channel Partner

Protocall Communications, a national VoIP Communications solutions provider signs up as a Channel Partner for Sutus Inc. Business Central Products. Designed for businesses with under 25 employees, Sutus Business Central (tm) integrates the essential IT and communications tools a small business needs into a single, easy to use and manage appliance including VoIP and PSTN telephony services.

Vancouver, B. C. (PRWEB) September 10, 2007

Sutus Inc. (http://www. sutus. com (http://www. sutus. com))], a leading manufacturer of converged Phone, Data and Networking solutions (http://www. sutus. com) designed specifically for Small Business, today announced that Protocall Communications, a Las Vegas based national VoIP solutions provider, has signed on as a lead Channel Partner.

Designed for businesses with under 25 employees, Sutus Business Central (tm) integrates all of the essential IT and communications tools a small business needs into a single, easy to use and manage appliance. It is an enterprise-class phone system with advanced data and networking functions such as: file server, email server, router, firewall, wireless access point, VPN remote access server, automated backups, standard phone line support and or VoIP services.

Founded in 2004, Protocall services a nationwide customer base with a strong emphasis on delivering enterprise grade IP solutions to the SMB market (http://www. protocallcommunications. com). The Protocall sales model focuses on business customers in the SMB and Enterprise class markets with several vertical markets such as travel, real estate, mortgage and title companies.

"Sutus' Business Central has arrived at the perfect time with the industry focusing on migrating businesses to a more cost effective VoIP telephony solution," said Michael Simmons, President and CEO Protocall. "Not only does the Business Central create a simple migration path for transitioning from traditional phone services to VoIP, it goes far beyond being just a phone system, providing all the key office communications tools in one fully integrated appliance. We have a significant small business customer base and see a big need for this solution."

Shawn Chute, Sutus' EVP commented, "Protocall is a leader in the IP Communications space; they have a fantastic reputation of delivering quality solutions that meet the needs of their growing national customer base. Having Protocall partner with us as we rollout our Business Central solution is a key part of our market launch strategy. They are experts and they have a customer base that will benefit from bundling our solution in with their current offerings."

About Sutus Inc.
Sutus provides small businesses with easy to use and manage, enterprise quality telephone and office network infrastructure solutions. The Sutus Business Central is a cost-effective all-in-one solution that significantly reduces the need for third party installation and management. For additional details, please visit www. sutus. com. For more information please contact Sutus at (604) 987-8866.

About Protocall Communications
Protocall is an IP Communications solution provider founded in 2004 by President and CEO, Michael Simmons. Protocall is a Las Vegas, NV based company with systems and customers nationwide. The customer base varies in scope with customers benefiting from a wide and diverse set of IP Communication products such as VoIP, SIP Trunking, Unified Messaging and First-class carrier products such as 800 and T1 services. The Protocall sales model focuses on business customers in the SMB and Enterprise class markets with several vertical markets such as travel, real estate, mortgage and title companies. For additional details, please visit www. protocallcommunications. com. For more information please contact Protocall Communications at (702) 403-1966.

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