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aptela.com

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Founded Year

2001

Stage

Unattributed VC | Alive

Total Raised

$5M

About Aptela

The evolution of the Internet has allowed small and medium-sized businesses to take advantage of products and services once only available to their big business counterparts. We've combined web services and traditional telephony with software - allowing us to deliver features that many large companies envy. As engaged in the market, Aptela's technology has emerged over the past 10 years from an IVR and mobile solution for the financial industry to today's powerful hosted PBX service, featuring live, web-based call controls. Aptela aims to provide an communications solution for Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs). The company understand that the move to VoIP can be intimidating so the company strive to break everything down so no matter who users are - IT Professional, non-technical small business owner, or someone in between - the evaluation, purchase, activation and use of the company's service is simple and clear.

Aptela Headquarter Location

13454 Sunrise Valley Drive Suite 500

Herndon, Virginia, 20171,

United States

703-386-1500

Latest Aptela News

Over the next five years, all of the major U.S. telcos and cable TV MSOs are expected to lose small business customers to a new crop of hosted service providers

Mar 30, 2012

that will offer PBX-like voice services at lower reoccurring costs and with minimal site equipment expense, according to a new market research study from The Insight Research Corporation. Insight Research's market analysis study, "VoIP and the SME: CableCos, Telcos, and the Rise of Hosted Service Models, 2011-2016" points out that the advent of VoIP PBX business telephone technology and the nearly universal availability of broadband services has enabled a variety of upstart hosted service providers such as 8×8, Aptela, Fonality, and Nextiva to target the small business market. These emerging companies are providing virtual PBX/VoIP services with enhanced features into the hotly contested lower end of the business segment-and they are doing it in ways that more competitive in terms of functionality, productivity, and pricing than the service bundles being provided by either the telcos or the MSOs. "There are more than forty million lines in the small business segment of the market now up for grabs, so we are not talking about chump change," says Robert Rosenberg, Insight Research president. "Our study suggests that thus far, small businesses haven't quite latched on to this new technology so the revenue today is only in the range of one-half billion dollars, but by 2015 hosted services will be nearly a $1.2 billion market and the adoption rate of the hosted services by small businesses will continue increasing at a faster rate," Rosenberg concluded. "VoIP and the SME: CableCos, Telcos, and the Rise of Hosted Service Models, 2011-2016" segments adoption by 20 vertical industries and provides revenue estimates for each. Potential small business line losses are estimated for telcos AT&T, CenturyLink, Cincinnati Bell, Fairpoint, Frontier, TDS, Verizon, and Windstream as well as for MSOs Bright House, CableOne, Cablevision, Charter, Comcast, Cox, Mediacom, SuddenLink, Time Warner, and WOW Telecom. An excerpt of this enterprise telecommunications services market research report, table of contents, and ordering information are online http://www.insight-corp.com/reports/voip12.asp . This 123-page report is available immediately in Electronic (PDF) format and can be ordered online for $4,695 – or call 973-541-9600 for details. Copyright © 2012 CitizenWire ™; and Neotrope®. CitizenWire is a publication of the Neotrope News Network. About Roderick Kinnison Editor Roddy "Sam" Kinnison is a freelance writer, and is responsible for data import, sync, and systems management for CitizenWire. Based out of Oklahoma, Sam writes under several names, and is a huge fan of singer Alison Moyet. He wanted to be a comic book artist when he was younger, but was too lazy to get really good at it, and found he'd rather write stories than illustrate them. He is fully self-taught with no formal training in writing or copy-editing beyond the wonderful resources found at every public library in the USA. He is not afraid to admit he voted for Obama.

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