Verizon announced that THECALLR, which specializes in cloud-based voice marketing services, selected Verizon Enterprise Solutions as part of its aggressive growth strategy and needs to expand its business around the globe.
THECALLR had historically co-located its IT infrastructure at third-party data centers in Paris. As the company grew rapidly, this model was proving inflexible as well as costly and complex to maintain.
Verizon was already offering networking services to support the THECALLR’s call routing solutions. The company adopted Verizon private enterprise cloud as the platform to support future growth.
The company expects to host at least 70 percent of their services in the cloud, and Verizon’s cloud offered the geographic scope the company required.
“Verizon’s solution gave us exactly what we were looking for – speed and ease in setup, no onsite hardware to order or install, easily scalable capacity, and a trusted and expert team,” said Taoufik Zagdoud, CEO and co-founder of THECALLR.
THECALLR’s call-tracking and marketing-automation services are targeted at companies that use voice services as a channel to market, for example those in the banking, retail and debt recovery sectors.
“With Verizon managing our cloud, we are free to focus on developing our business,” Zagdoud added.
Verizon’s enterprise cloud proves to be a great business option for THECALLR because it offers tremendous flexibility in a secure environment. The cloud enables the company to increase or decrease infrastructure capacity at will, Verizon said.