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3CX opens Sydney office to service ANZ region

3CX opens Sydney office to service ANZ region

3CX, developer of the 3CX Phone System for Windows, has opened an office in Australia to service the local market.

According to a statement, the presence will play a key role in the expansion of the company's partner network in the area as well as help support Australian and New Zealand based users of the VoIP (Voice over IP) Phone System.

3CX Phone System for Windows is a software-based IP PBX that replaces the traditional proprietary hardware PBX.

In a statement 3CX Australia director Richard Rundle said VoIP is seeing a staggering growth in the region.

“3CX is in an ideal position to offer the market an innovative product that meets the IP telephony needs of small and medium sized enterprises with 3CX Phone System for Windows."


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