The Costa Rican company's pilot plan was used by fifteen companies that implemented their new service.
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Published Thursday, November 5, 2020

U.S. company partners with
Costa Rican tech company

By the A.M. Costa Rica staff 

San Diego, California-based VOXOX, a 5G-enabled unified communications platform, partners with a Costa Rican company RING.CR, a business phone system that empowers small businesses in the country.

According to VOXOX, as part of the agreement, RING.CR is white-labeling Voxox Cloud Phone and is now offering the service in Costa Rica, complete with personalized telephone numbers.

"In Costa Rica there are more than four hundred thousand independent workers and micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSME), according to National Institute of Statistics and Census (INEC) statistics, to which we offer to modernize their telephone communications so that business owners can always reach their clients and prospects," Bryan Hertz, Executive Chairman and co-founder of VOXOX said.

RING.CR will empower small businesses to easily obtain local numbers that support unlimited extensions and advanced call routing capabilities.

Users can place and receive calls, manage call activity, access features such as voicemail transcription, call recording, device transfer among other services. VOXOX links the national telephone system with any electronic device, and with all types of calls or messages, including text and WhatsApp, thus ensuring that someone can respond in a timely fashion in multiple languages.

According to Jorge Guntanis, founder of RING.CR, during the pandemic, thousands of entrepreneurs are using their cell phones to keep in touch with their clients. "RING.CR will add value by maintaining the anonymity of personal numbers, transferring the costs of calls win-win company," he said.

"One of our main goals is to enable the self-employed, micro and small businesses access to enterprise-grade products at an affordable price," Guntanis said.

RING.CR's pilot plan was used by fifteen Costa Rican companies that implemented their new service. "These companies included educational centers, distributors, pet stores among others," the company said in its statement.

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