Alliance Virtual Offices and Phone.com just announced a new partnership. The deal aims to offer a wide range of virtual communications solutions to the SOHO (small office/home office) market. Essentially, Alliance Virtual Offices and Phone.com are joining forces to bring customers the virtual office telecom products, services and features they want most at prices they can afford.
“We are extremely pleased with this opportunity to partner with Phone.com and we look forward to bringing their outstanding features and customer support to our clients,” says Alliance Chairman Frank Cottle. Cottle is the founder of the Alliance Business Center Network. As such, he has an intimate understanding of the industry. He launched Alliance Virtual Offices to deliver what he calls “the complete virtual office.”
As he sees it, the overhead costs of setting up an office can be too hefty for small entrepreneurs and small businesses. Alliance Virtual Offices offers the people (professional live receptionists), the place (on-demand physical office space) and the technology (a virtual phone system) to help small office and home office users present a professional image even on a tight budget.
Now, with Phone.com, Alliance Virtual Office can go deeper and wider. With its award-winning services and high customer satisfaction ratings, Cottle says Phone.com was the ideal partner as Alliance Virtual Office moves to provide clients with the most feature-rich virtual business phone system available.
Look at the track record. Phone.com is the winner of the 2009 Internet Telephony “Product of the Year” award and the NJ Tech Council 2010 Communications Company of the year Award. The Virtual Office and business phone services Phone.com offers are designed to be both simple and flexible for the user.
Through Phone.com’s new partnership, Alliance Virtual Offices will offer a fully-featured private label version of Phone.com’s Virtual Office product, bringing its value, ease-of-use, superior customer service and flexibility to Alliance clients.
“Phone.com is looking forward to working with Alliance Virtual Offices on this and many future projects that we have planned,” says Ari Rabban, CEO of Phone.com. “We feel that together we have unlimited potential for creating value for the SOHO market.”