1toGo Mobile's Mobile Cloud UC and Hosted IP PBX service available For African businesses

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1toGo Mobile's Mobile Cloud UC and Hosted IP PBX service available For African businesses

Johannesburg based 1toGo Mobile (www.1togo.net) has announced its mobile Cloud unified communications service with IP PBX for SMEs and other business users.

1toGo Mobile allows businesses to improve their business processes and productivity by offering their employees access to multiple communication and collaboration services including an IP PBX with IVR.

1toGo Mobile's services include HD voice and video calling/conferencing, instant messaging/presence, presentation sharing/Web conferencing, mobile push email, calendaring, address books and file storage as well as CRM and social media integration.

These services are accessible on multiple devices such as Android phones/tablets and iPhones/iPads as well as PCs and Macs whether users are in the office, on the road or on the other side of the world.

Because 1toGo Mobile's services are hosted in the Cloud, businesses can access services over their preferred networks and easily add or remove users as they require. Furthermore, because the services are packaged in a single bundle, businesses can try out or implement additional features whenever they wish without having to upgrade user accounts. This is ideal for businesses who might not wish to use the 1toGo Mobile IP PBX functionality initially because their existing PABXs have not yet reached end of life yet they wish to 'mobile enable' their existing telephone systems.

"This is unlike some Cloud services which only provide IP PBX functionality or require users to upgrade their accounts to access high end features like conferencing or IP PBX" says Nigel Sinclair Thomson, CEO of 1toGo Mobile. "In addition, 1toGo Mobile makes it easy for users to access a single version of their information in the Cloud across multiple devices as well as enjoy the professionalism of a single address for all their services instead of having to use disparate solutions each with their own interface and address".

1toGo Mobile is powered by CommuniGate Systems' CommuniGate Pro platform and offers users a limited period free trial.

"We chose CommuniGate Pro because it provides exceptional features with remarkable performance and reliability. Furthermore, it's the acknowledged leader in scalable carrier grade unified communications technology" explains Shane Abraham, Technical Director of 1toGo Mobile.

Contact nigelst@zwana.net for more information.



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