With a focus on more advanced Unified Communications features and improved price performance model, DLS Internet, a leading provider of Hosted Unified Communications solutions, unveils vision and service roadmap for its new Hosted PBX service until spring of 2013. Among other features, the roadmap reveals future plans for integration with Microsoft Office, Skype, addition of Web Conferencing, desktop sharing and support for latest handsets from Cisco, Polycom, Grandstream and SNOM. It contains changes to service features, explains naming guidelines and a release timeline for DLS Hosted PBX service releases.
Since 2004 DLS had focused on continuously advancing its VoIP Hosted PBX service. It now possess a powerful combination of technology leadership and service capabilities enabling the company to provide end-to-end turn-key Unified Communications solutions that fulfill the most demanding expectations from its customers and business partners.
Sam Rozenfeld, CEO of DLS Internet explained: “I am very pleased to announce a product roadmap that demonstrates the depth of vision and future direction of our powerful, tried and feature rich service. Our focus throughout the process was to put the customer first by adding features most frequently requested while still realizing our own vision for the future of the DLS Hosted PBX. The upcoming features in the roadmap make our Unified Communications service more advanced, agile, and – where possible – easier to use.”