IP telephony – essentially, voice transfer via the Internet – is increasingly popular with businesses and offers its users a number of benefits, such as increased functionality and lower costs.
By merging Alécie services with its own, Modulis will now be serving more than a hundred additional business clients in the Laurentian region. As such, this new addition represents an opportunity for Modulis to make optimized solutions available to all of its clients. “This new partnership between Alécie and Modulis will improve the quality and efficiency of the services and support provided by a specialized IP telephony team. I am convinced that this alliance will bring about a marked increase in client satisfaction,”
The recent concomitant transfer of a DCI Consultants division to Modulis was excellent news for Daniel Cyr, the company’s president. “With Modulis at the helm of the VoIP division, our clients will now receive knowledgeable advice from experts in the field of IP telephony,” he asserted.
With more than 11,000 users now connected to its Asterisk-based infrastructure in North America and Europe, Modulis offers its clients undisputable expertise, products developed from state-of-the-
Now approaching the ten-year mark as a player on the highly competitive chessboard of telecommunications, Modulis has focused unremittingly on innovation, which has enabled the company headed up by Adrien Laurent to maintain sustained growth and continue to specialize in VoIP services solely for businesses.