Cloud IPBX editor NFON has unveiled a partnership with ACTN, a national distributor serving small, medium and large businesses with solutions for cyber security, network infrastructure, video surveillance, access control, home automation, cabling systems and telephony equipment.
Laurent Lhermitte, Managing Director of NFON France, said: "we are very pleased with this partnership with ACTN. Its positioning as a multi-specialist enables it to offer a telephony solution in the cloud to companies that have not yet considered this solution. Its high-level technological expertise is combined with the simplicity, efficiency and reliability of NFON's cloud communication solutions."
With the distribution of Cloudya, a telephony system in the cloud, ACTN completes its distributor offer and broadens its sales concept. ACTN works with 12,000 resellers across the country. Cloudya is characterised by its ease of use and its ability to be used on any terminal anywhere in the world. Cloudya, a complete mobile solution, is also reliable thanks to a highly available architecture, a geo-redundant infrastructure and the highest data protection standards.
Jean-Christophe Pena, CEO of ACTN, added: "companies no longer want to invest in obsolete or rigid technologies. They first adopt VoIP, then they move to the cloud to exploit its advantages in their telephony. ACTN has the solutions and is addressing the needs of distributors and resellers at a very high level. Cloudya is the most relevant offer on the market to provide a real alternative to traditional telephony."
This partnership opens up new business opportunities for ACTN, resellers and end-users. Laurent Lhermitte adds: "with the addition of Cloudya to its portfolio, ACTN is demonstrating its commitment to making simple and reliable corporate communication accessible. The digital transformation of businesses must be supported by smart and simple communication solutions. This is exactly what ACTN offers its resellers for end customers. It means that we create synergies to provide the best possible service."