Fourteen IP, the leading solution provider to the global hospitality industry, today announced that following significant investment, it has acquired its own Cisco BroadWorks carrier-grade telephony platforms, allowing them to further strengthen its Evolution Voice offering for its growing global client base.
The Cloud PBX platforms are hosted in carrier-grade data centres located in Virginia and Texas, with European platforms hosted in London and Frankfurt, which will power Fourteen IP’s Evolution Voice solutions and services.
This move sets Fourteen IP apart from other vendors, as it allows them to develop their Cloud PBX infrastructure, enabling them to create solutions and services to meet the needs of its customers, both now and in the future. In a year that has brought challenges to many businesses, both financially and in the way business is conducted, Fourteen IP have made great strides forward, not only by utilizing its current in-house solutions and services, but also by further harnessing its capabilities throughout 2020 to provide increased efficiencies and improved ways of conducting business for its customers.
Cisco BroadWorks is the world’s leading cloud business communication platform, supporting over 26 million businesses worldwide and used by many of the world’s largest carriers.
In addition to its Cisco BroadWorks platforms, Fourteen IP has partnered with other leading providers, developing their solutions to enable Evolution Voice to meet the needs of the global hospitality industry.
Fourteen IP CEO Neil Tolley added – “2020 was a year to forget in many ways, but during the lockdowns, we along with our partners, deployed our platforms and integrated them with industry-leading solutions as well as connected hundreds of hotels across 22 countries. Our platforms now connect over 220,000 hotel guest rooms and we have continued to develop solutions to help our customers, as the world opens back up again in 2021.”