Nimans bags Yeastar exclusive

Nimas has bagged exclusive rights to Yeastar's SMB IP PBX kit, which it says will give partners a simple route into the VoIP market.

Comms distributor Nimans is to take on a new Yeastar IP PBX solution in an exclusive distribution deal that will see it target the SME market.

Yeastar’s iQ PBX platform comes in three flavours, sub-25, -60 and -250 users with features tailored to the differing requirements of small businesses, including support for 30 ISDN channels, 60 IP trunks and 300 IP endpoints at the top-end.

They also include Microsoft Lync integration.

Nimans sales and business development director Richard Carter said the new arrangement would offer the distie’s partners a cost-effective route into the VoIP PBX sector.

“All three models are based on the flexibility of a hybrid solution – a combination of VoIP applications with the option to use legacy telecom equipment – for customers not yet ready to migrate to a complete VoIP solution,” he added.

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