Liquid Telecom Deploys IVR's SIP Solution to Grow Enterprise Voice Services across Rwanda

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Liquid Telecom Deploys IVR's SIP Solution to Grow Enterprise Voice Services across Rwanda Image Credit: IVR Technologies

Econet Group-owned Liquid Telecom has deployed IVR Technologies’ Talking SIP solution in its core network to in Rwanda.

The solution will enable additional prepaid voice functionality to its enterprise, local government and Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) customers.  

Talking SIP is an open, extensible and scalable solution that offers one of the smallest carbon footprints, lowest capital, operating costs and administrative overhead and the highest customer satisfaction rate of any comparable carrier-class solution in the industry, claims IVR Technologies.

IVR said that Talking SIP offers flexibility in its redundancy and deployment models for mission-critical and carrier-level networks with support for both cloud and/or on-premise deployments using dedicated and/or virtual servers.

Talking SIP is built on an open Microsoft SQL database, which alongside Talking SIP’s Web Services API, application scripting language and its analytical report designer provide carriers and service providers with unmatched openness, oversight and extensibility.

Stanley magede, CTO, Liquid Telecom Rwanda
Talking SIP has provided us with more options and flexibility when offering new voice products to our customers, and provides them with greater control over their telecom expenditure.

Barry Sher, VP Business Development, IVR Technologies 
We are passionate about driving revenue, reducing operational costs and empowering our customers with the ability to launch new and innovative services through our Talking SIP solution.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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