OPERATORS Invomo buys Band X to add IP capabilities and expertise
06 October 2007
Invomo, a start up electronic communications company launched on 1 October has acquired Band X, the IP and VoIP company.
Invomo says it has long term plans for growth and investment in the provision of voice and data services that "solve the challenges of our customers - rather than the selling of communications systems and equipment".
Invomo will be a public electronic communications network, licensed by Ofcom, that will supply an extensive range of hosting services to improve its customers' communication with their customers.
"We're highly experienced in generating value from telecoms: whether it's enhancing the way your company interfaces with the outside world, converting more calls to business, reducing operational overheads or, increasing revenues through engaging campaigns it's worth calling us," says Nick Wiley, CEO Invomo.
"Our exceptional network facility in London houses the very latest telephony equipment, on which we build smart applications that optimise both your telecoms operations and, the experience your customers have of your voice and mobile services," he says. "You don't need to invest in infrastructure - we seamlessly connect our systems to yours. All services are co-ordinated by our ultra-reliable carrier-grade networks while being backed by 24/7 support. And we've strategic partnerships with leading carriers and hardware companies, including BT, HP and Genesys, to further ensure quality and reliability."
Invomo's products include marketing numbers, mobile marketing, sophisticated call routing, automation and control and hosted and self-service applications. They're used by a range of major brands: organisations including 02, Ticketmaster, M&S, Autotrader, Scottish TV, The RNIB and Insure and Go. To understand why they rely on Invomo, call or email us with your service requirements.
Following the sale to Invomo, Richard Elliott ( Band-X's Executive Chairman and co-founder ) and Adrian Howe ( Band-X's Chief Executive ) will be leaving Band-X.