At the Internet Telephony Expo earlier today, I met with a representative of PhoneFusion.
PhoneFusion's claim to name is a nifty little subscription based product called PhoneFusion One. This is a solution that offers many features most often associated with enterprise and SMB Unified Communications Solutions offered at far steeper prices by far better-known vendors.
Priced as low as $3.95 a month, PFO isn't a replacement for these marquee-level unified communications services, but a practical alternative for small businesses wanting a subscription-based control platform to manage their Internet calling.
Features in the newest rev include a softphone, outbound faxing capability (which can be a pain to execute with some UC products, centralized voice mail, time-configurable announcements, and a click-to-call application that can be embedded in, say, the company web page of the company using PhoneFusionOne.
Kudos to PhoneFusion for being a company who knows who and where their markets are, and- unalike some bigger names that shall remain nameless for now-includes feature sets their prospective customers need.
That'd be need, rather than the stuff salespeople think they can talk customers into wanting.
Uh, "you can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes..."