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Telephony and Collaboration in the Cloud

Advanced Telephony and Collaboration in the Cloud

Today, it is essential for organizations to have efficient telephony and collaboration tools to increase their productivity and customer satisfaction.

ALLOcloud addresses all organisations that want to save up to 80% on telephony and collaboration costs while taking benefit of improved mobility and flexibility. Our advanced services such as personalized voice mails, video or voice conferencing, virtual fax, cloud collaboration and many more are included in a fixed monthly fee to improve transparency in your communication costs.

With the ALLOcloud advanced Telephony and Collaboration Services in the Cloud you can maintain focus on your core business without being hampered by unnecessary infrastructure investments or expensive maintenance contracts. Connect your IP phone, smartphone or computer to the Internet and you're ready for cost efficient and advanced communication with business partners and colleagues, whenever and wherever your are.

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Want to save up to 80% on your communication costs?

Be connected everywhere, any time without hassle.

Whether you're at your desk, home office or on the move, you easily decide how and when you can be reached.

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  • Very good value for money. Very easy to use.

    Cabinet médical Isabelle Declercq
  • I think I have saved + - 30%.
    Well and pleased with the BRIO integration. Works great.

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  • Overall I'm satisfied.

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ALLOcloud for Insurance Brokers

Thanks to its strategic partnership with Portima and Feprabel and with the help of a tailored offering, already over 100 insurance brokers joined the ALLOcloud VoIP community beginning of January 2017.

ALLOcloud Avaya

Well, we had heard about it since quite a while, but here it is! Another one that didn't foresee the upcoming importance of Cloud-based communication solutions: