Today’s VoIP market is challenging. An atmosphere of uncertainty affects customers’ sensitivity to price. We at Speedflow appreciate partnerships with our MediaCore clients and always strive to create a beneficial environment for all new partners. Recently we have announced our special financial relief purchase plans. Following all the positive feedback, we decided to prepare special MediaCore monthly subscription packages that cover rented and hosted licenses too. We have a lot of partners who prefer a monthly subscription. Therefore, we tailored this offer to meet the needs of such companies and help them to overcome ambiguity.
Customer feedback is significantly important for our company. It plays a primary role in the MediaCore roadmap development. Lately, we’ve got a chance to speak with Mohamed Bilal, a COO and Partner of GoIP Telecom. They have been using the MediaCore SBC since July 2019. Below you can read their feedback about our Class 4 VoIP Softswitch.
Speedflow invites you to review our infographic and see the benefits of the MediaCore SBC routing mechanism. Review our file and learn what exactly differentiates our routing from other softswitches. The infographic shows how MediaCore users improve their user experience, increase their traffic volumes, decrease NOC department workload and save their working time with our carrier-grade MediaCore solution. The numbers are based on the MediaCore SBC clients’ testimonials.
A key premise for success in VoIP industry is setting up an infrastructure capable of covering the full scope of a business vision. Most of VoIP and SMS start-ups should ask themselves few questions regarding their first class 4 softswitch. What infrastructure will help emerging companies enter the market and sustain consistent business growth? Will it enable them to shift direction easily to respond to industry changes? Here you can review our practical tips, based on real use cases of our loyal customers.