One’s Own Phone Company

Om Malik points to a Baseline story about Heinz in Europe, which “has basically replaced most of its voice contracts with a company owned IP-PBX service, which has allowed them to cut costs seriously.”

Om adds: “It shows that if mega-corporations think creatively, they can become their own phone companies. They can interconnect their partners, their suppliers and manufactures on a private VoIP network and basically cut their long distance and business communications costs.”

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Rajesh Jain

An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.