Growing Customer Demand Behind Voxware UK Office Move to London
July 03, 2014
With an intention to effortlessly connect with customers and also to cater to the growing demand for cloud-based voice solutions, Voice solution provider Voxware (News - Alert) has recently relocated its UK office to London. The new facility in London will enable the company to increase their customer support network and also support the growth of its team.
Voxware has been helping organizations off all sizes to migrate to its cloud-based voice management system to enhance operational productivity, improve accuracy and better serve its customers without spending on costly IT infrastructure. According to the company, global demand for cloud-based voice management solutions is growing significantly, which is the main reasons for relocating its UK office to the heart of London.
According to the company, the ease with which it can deploy and manage Cloud Enterprise VMS will simplify an organization’s installation process and drive better business results while realizing all of the benefits of a cloud-based solution.
Keith Phillips, President and CEO, Voxware said that cloud-based voice provides companies with greater capabilities to address the changing needs of the supply chain and they will continue to look for the best ways to serve both their customers and partners.
“We have always taken great pride in not only the product but the service that we provide to our customers. We are their ally in a tremendously competitive marketplace and our new location gives our customers in the UK greater flexibility, accessibility, and convenience so that we may provide the service that they expect,” Keith Phillips added.
Voxware claims that it can easily adapt to changes in technology and processes, enabling organizations to quickly address shifting demands without disruptions to the operation. The company’s innovative approach to voice communication has demonstrated to help its customers increase profitability by cutting costs and enhancing brand loyalty.
Edited by Peter Bernstein