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Indian Financial Services Company MOSL Chooses Sangoma for Multisite Call Center Solution

December 04, 2012

Motilal Oswal Securities Limited (MOSL), an India-based financial services firm, recently announced that it chose Sangoma’s Ameyo Call server solution to act as a central management hub for all call activities at key MOSL locations.

Drishti-Soft, a Gurgoan, India-based leading telecom solutions provider, provided the installation of the solution for MOSL and addressed the multitude of technical, regulatory and customer service demands that the financial services company faced to enable seamless call distribution.

Sangoma is a provider of hardware and software components that enable or enhance IP communications systems for both telecom and datacom applications. Its call server solution is expected to provide unfettered and timely access to MOSL’s call center financial agents from its various offices across India to maximize efficient customer access to its 1,600 team members located throughout the country.

Drishti-Soft installed the Ameyo Call server solution to act as a central management hub for all call activities at key MOSL locations. In order to support the multiple redundant 30-channel PRI spans to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) from each site, Drishti-Soft tapped Sangoma Technologies (News - Alert) for its highly-regarded 8-span E1 digital telephony interface boards.

"Sangoma''s boards provided a rock-solid foundation for the critical-path connection to the PSTN," said Kishore Daswani, project manager at Drishti-Soft, in a statement announcing the deployment. "The ease of integration between the Sangoma boards with the Ameyo software, the extraordinary product quality, and the expertise of the Sangoma support team all contribute to Ameyo''s reputation as a world-class platform that ensures MOSL is able to serve its clients without any worries.”

“The entire MOSL solution is built upon our commitment to provide a reliable and unfailing communications infrastructure, and the integration of the Sangoma boards allowed us to deploy a highly-effective customer service-centric solution for MOSL''s agents and customers,” added Daswani. 

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Edited by Braden Becker

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