VoIP Innovations Acquires APIDaze To Enable Its Customers To Leverage Voice, Rest APIs, And WebRTC
Sep 25, 2017
VoIP Innovations provides the largest phone number and termination VoIP (Voice over IP) footprint in North America. The company’s network includes hundreds of thousands of phone numbers in over 8,500 rate centers across the US and Canada, and in over 60 countries around the world. Below is our interview with David Walsh, President at VoIP Innovations:
Q: You’ve recently announced acquisition of Apidaze; could you tell us something more? A: We are excited to announce our recent acquisition of Apidaze which is based out of Paris, France and is a leading global CPaaS and WebRTC provider. With the addition of Apidaze technology, all VoIP Innovations services are now programmable, meaning you can now program how, when and where your phone numbers work. Some good examples of this are…. · SMS Appointment Reminders
· Voice Transcription
Digital Businesses — These are businesses interested in building web and mobile-based digital businesses. The solutions may be entirely SaaS-based (Software as a Service) or they may be a digital business operation within a traditional business. This group is particularly interested in rapid, agile development, low startup costs, and flexible scaling. For instance, a startup company may wish to include SMS and anonymized calling in its service. They would also want low startup costs and the ability to rapidly scale when the business succeeds. Enterprise Business Solution Developers — These integrate mobility, communication and collaboration functionality with business applications, often to enable new functionality and services. The business solutions being integrated may be cloud-based or on-premises. This group develops cost-effective proofs of concept, the ability to integrate with business applications, and subsequent enterprise-grade service delivery. Adding SMS notifications to existing fulfilment processes is a common use case. Customer Interaction Solution Developers — These expand existing service offerings or develop new offerings that incorporate additional media channels and new client platforms at a reasonable cost. These solutions may be standalone or integrated with existing on-premises or cloud resources. This group is often focused on compatibility, the ability to handle high volumes of transactions and is focused on customer interaction. These solutions may be related to a digital business initiative or an enterprise business function. A company who wishes to add text messaging to and from social sites such as Facebook as an option for interacting with consumers, is an example of this vertical.