“Voxbone is positioning itself as the AWS of the communications space. We power much of the communications market and their vision is to provide a platform that apps can plug into and run globally,” said Matt Brown, VP of Product in an exclusive, in-person interview.
The company’s new enterprise-grade platform gives businesses access to all of the following products:
- Voxbone Voice
A single-source, fully compliant alternative to both legacy carriers and limited SIP providers, Voxbone Voice provides global scale on demand and unparalleled local presence – packaged up with their regulatory expertise in every market and coverage across 92% of the world economy.
- Voxbone Mobile
Two-way messaging and voice on mobile numbers in 25+ countries. Perfect for omnichannel customer communications, with enterprise-grade security built-in as standard.
- Voxbone Connect
Interconnect into Voxbone’s global backbone via their partners’ 400 local access points around the world for best-possible security and lowest-possible latency.
- Voxbone Insights
Analyze your call capacity, numbers, voice traffic and more in real time to identify breaking trends. Make data-backed decisions about your business communications off the back of our insights.
He explained to us that historically, they have been a wholesale provider and spent the past 15 years powering other brands. We have identified a niche – “too big for UCaaS category.” There is not a good off-the-shelf solution to build your own communications stack.
“This is the area we will be powering, the midmarket enterprise players,” he exclaimed.
Their compliance-as-a-service platform is also generating a lot of buzz he told us.
He said, “Doing telecom outside the U.S. like in Asia and Europe, is challenging. We have a platform with an automated service-layer with everything an enterprise needs to be compliant in these markets.”
Enterprises can save on legal, development and operational costs and come to a one-stop-shop and handle all the downstream operational headaches dealing with regulators he told us.
He said, “We have invested in our full PSTN-replacement offering. We are in 25 markets and will add ten by the end of the year we believe it is the largest footprint in the world.” He continued, “We are in all major English-speaking markets and Europe, investing in Asia and Eastern Europe as well.”
He concluded, “If you want to build own stack there isn’t a good solution for this.”