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IProphet SIP PBX
Best In Class

By Mary Kluttz / Web Portal
March 11, 2008

Executive Telephony, Inc., today announced their release of IProphet SIP PBX. The IProphet is written around the Asterisk Code and offers many advantages over Digital phone systems in the past from manufacturers such as Avaya, Nortel, Samsung, NEC and Toshiba.

According to company Principal Rik Holliday, the IProphet has been in the market for around 5 years but marketed under a different name. "We wanted to make absolutely certain that when we stamped our name on the product that it reflects the quality that our customers have come to expect that doesn't have PROBLEMS" says Holliday. Selling under an undisclosed name, their PBX starts in the six figure range while IProphet starts as low as $7,000.00. Holliday explains, "IProphet has built-in ACD for Contact Centers and the ability to 'See' all users extensions live. With our Heads up Display (HUD) software, managers and/or other users can see each others phone activity. If a caller needs to be pulled out of a conversation, or an outside caller needs to be transferred into voice mail, HUD offers very simple drag and drop procedures. Much easier than fumbling with buttons on a key phone system". Other stock features are Call Logging (Recording), Unlimited Voice Mail Ports and the ability to use non-proprietary phones saving the customers hundreds of dollars per phone set.

The cost has dropped far below Digital Phone systems and the features have been improved upon to negate the purchase of Digital Key Systems.

Watch out Avaya, Nortel, NEC, Samsung and Toshiba. It looks like your days are following the same path a traveling by Train versus Plane.

Executive Telephony continues to offer support to their customer who utilize Avaya, Nortel, NEC, Samsung and Toshiba phone solutions but note that most educated customers are making the switch.