This year, we're back with our annual list of the top white label VoIP vendors, building on the success of last year's rankings. Our refined evaluation system assesses each vendor across six critical criteria: Integrated and Self Service Quoting & Billing, Uptime, Cost, Support & Training, Proprietary Automation Tools, and Diversity in Platforms to Sell. Each category is scored on a 1-5 scale, with 5 being the best. The vendor with the highest cumulative score takes the top spot. We reviewed 7 white label VoIP vendors during our research, with the top 4 listed below.
In today's fast-paced business landscape, seamless communication is key to success. Whether you're running a small startup or managing a large corporation, having a reliable and feature-rich communication system is non-negotiable. That's where Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology comes into play. And if you're a white-label partner, you're in a unique position to offer VoIP services under your own brand, providing a pathway to enhanced connectivity and success for your customers and your business. In this blog, we'll explore the world of white-label VoIP and its benefits for both providers and end-users.
In today's fast-paced and ever-evolving business landscape, staying connected and efficient is essential for the success of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Traditional phone systems are becoming outdated and expensive, making VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) a game-changer for SMBs. In this blog post, we'll explore the numerous advantages of VoIP for SMBs and how services like White Label VoIP and White Label CCaaS can further enhance their operations.
8/28/23 12:05 PM / by Viirtue posted in telecommunications, business continuity, microsoft office, office365, microsoft teams, remote work, remote work tools, collaboration, IT provider, small business, work from home, telehealth, netsapiens, voip reseller, ViiBE, cloud reseller, channel partners, tech trends
Calling all, Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Channel Partners! First, let's take a moment to appreciate how far we've come in the world of communication. We've gone from old-school face-to-face powwows to today's virtual meet-ups, all thanks to the wonder of telephony. In this blog post, we're going talk about how MSPs are rocking this virtual meeting trend and changing the way they do business.
Virtual Meetings: Where It's At!
Remember the days when meetings meant squeezing into a room with your team or clients? Well, wave goodbye to those days because virtual meetings have taken over, thanks to awesome platforms like Zoom, Teams, and Webex. And guess what? MSPs are totally in on the action, changing how they roll and collaborate with clients.
Why MSPs Are Loving It
High-Fives for Client Love: Virtual meetings mean MSPs can give clients a hand no matter where they are. So, if a tech hiccup hits, MSPs can swoop in, troubleshoot, and save the day, all without hopping on a plane or in your car. It's like having your tech support superhero in your pocket!
Time-Saving Magic: No more waiting around for everyone to shuffle into the meeting room. With virtual meetings, MSPs can jump into discussions, brainstorming, and planning with the click of a button. It's a time-saver like no other, and the extra minutes add up big time!
Global Hangouts: Location doesn't have to be an issue anymore. Virtual meetings let MSPs chat with clients from all corners of the world. This global connection opens up a whole new world of possibilities and perspectives, making MSPs even more awesome at what they do.
Grow, Grow, Grow: Scaling up has never been cooler. Virtual meetings make it easy for MSPs to expand their services without needing a bigger office space. So when the demand for tech help skyrockets, MSPs can rise to the occasion like pros.
Flexibility Rules: With virtual meetings, MSPs can cater their services in a way that suits their clients best. Remote management? No problem! It's all about giving clients what they need while keeping that top-notch service "ViiBE" (pun intended).
Tips for MSP Superstars
If you're an MSP looking to ride the virtual meeting wave, here are a few tips to shine:
Tech Up: Get comfortable with solid telephony tools that make virtual meetings a breeze. Smooth sailing meetings are where the magic happens!
Charm School: Give your team a miniature crash course in virtual meeting etiquette. Looking sharp and sounding professional is the name of the game.
Personal Touch: Tailor your virtual meeting magic to fit your clients' dreams. Security, add-ons, and all the bells and whistles – make it unique!
Stay Chatty: Regular virtual meetings are like the glue that holds MSP-client relationships together. So, schedule time, stay in touch, and keep the relationship alive. Don't just be there when there's a problem.
Wrapping It Up
Virtual meetings and remote work have shaken up how business happens. For MSPs, it's been a game-changer. Conducting business virtually has opened up a new wave of opportunity. Allowing you to break down borders, save time, and flex their services. So, if you're an MSP eager to rock the virtual meeting scene, dive in headfirst, and ride that telephony wave – the future is bright and virtual!
8/21/23 9:00 AM / by Viirtue posted in voip, telecommunications, business continuity, collaboration, IT provider, unified communications, CPaaS, white label voip, voip reseller, ViiBE, cloud reseller, channel partners
In today's interconnected world, where communication and collaboration are at the core of business operations, Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Telephony Vendors play a vital role in delivering seamless telecom services. The landscape has evolved beyond traditional offerings, and now, MSPs and Telephony Vendors are focusing on Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS), Communication Platform as a Service (CPaaS), and Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) software to provide comprehensive solutions to businesses. In this blog, we delve into the innovative ways these providers are enhancing customer experiences through these advanced telecom service delivery models.
The world of telecommunications has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years. Gone are the days of clunky on-premises phone systems that required extensive maintenance and limited scalability. Instead, the industry has shifted towards cloud-based Communication Platform as a Service (CPaaS) and Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) solutions. This paradigm shift brings along both challenges and opportunities for businesses to enhance their communication infrastructure. In this article, we will delve into the journey of this transformation, exploring the benefits it offers, the hurdles it presents, and the strategies to make the most of these new horizons.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has emerged as a transformative technology across various industries, and telecommunications is no exception. The integration of AI into telecom operations presents small business owners with opportunities to enhance efficiency, improve customer experiences, and drive growth. However, with these opportunities also come challenges that need to be addressed. In this blog, we will explore the potential opportunities that small business owners in the telecom industry can unlock by leveraging AI. We will also delve into the challenges they may face and discuss strategies to overcome them. Lastly, we will emphasize the importance of embracing AI now and not delaying its adoption until it becomes even more ingrained in our day-to-day lives.
As a Managed Service Provider (MSP), your primary goal is to ensure your customers' success by offering them top-notch technology solutions. With the ever-evolving business landscape, it is essential to stay ahead of the game and continuously enhance your service offerings. One powerful way to achieve this is by integrating Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) into your Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) portfolio. In this blog post, we will explore the significance of CCaaS for MSPs and how it can improve customer retention.
6/5/23 8:00 AM / by Viirtue posted in telecommunications, optimization, business continuity, resolution, communication, remote work, collaboration, reports, unified communications, work from home, call tracking, netsapiens, white label voip, cloud reseller
The way we work has undergone a significant transformation, with remote work becoming the new norm for businesses worldwide. As organizations adapt to this new work environment, it is crucial to have a robust communication system in place that enables seamless collaboration, productivity, and connectivity. Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) has emerged as a powerful solution that empowers remote workforces with advanced communication tools and features. In this blog post, we will explore the advantages of UCaaS for remote workforces, highlighting how it enhances collaboration, productivity, and flexibility.
1. Register with the FCC to file and remit communications taxes
The first step to becoming a VoIP reseller is to register with the FCC. All registered VoIP vendors are located within the FCC's 499 Filer database. Viirtue makes this step easy for partners by not only providing relationships to manage and automate the filing and remittance, but by providing the reporting and self-service tools to charge your customers the appropriate taxes as well as the proper format to make remittance simple.
2. Find a platform to resellNext you'll need to find a platform. There are two ways to go about this - you can invest hundreds of thousands (if not millions) into building a carrier grade network, or you can leverage a wholesale provider like Viirtue that has done all the heavy lifting, and enables you to brand (white label) the platform as your own. You will want to make sure their network is in fact carrier grade with sophisticated DDoS mitigation and latest and greatest hardware. Furthermore, you will want to ensure the product(s) your wholesaler provides are able to solve the problems of your clients. The most popular platforms are netsapiens, freeswitch, & broadsoft - so ensuring your wholesaler has one (or more) of those back ends is a great first step.