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FreePBX 14, Distro 14 & More!

It’s sure been an amazing year here at Sangoma. We are finally proud to announce the official stable release of FreePBX 14 and also the stable release of our Enterprise Linux 7 based distro which contains many updated system libraries, not least of which is PHP 5.6.31, NodeJS 8.1.4, and Python 3.6.

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The Value of a Professional Voice

[su_row] [su_column size=”1/2″] I regularly contribute blog articles and speak at telephony conferences about IVR Best Practices. One of the key points that I always wish to impart is: getting your auto-attendant and IVR prompts voiced by a professional is not only be a great idea – it’s a move which will inform your callers

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Webinar: Improve Team Collaboration with Sangoma’s Zulu UC Softphone

Thursday, June 1, 2017 @ 7AM & 2PM EDT [su_button url=”https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/3265681858624553985?source=FreePBX+Blog” target=”blank” style=”flat” background=”#2d2d2d” size=”8″ radius=”square” text_shadow=”0px 0px 0px #2f72cd” title=”Register”]Register[/su_button] As more of today’s workforce is working outside of the office, organizations need to update their communication tools to ensure team collaboration is up to speed. Sangoma’s Zulu UC is the ultimate Desktop integration tool

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Attention Integrators and Resellers

Attention Integrators and Resellers:    Are you offering FreePBX as a Hosted application/Cloud Offering to your customers? Do you currently offer your customers SIP trunking services on a monthly subscription model? Are you interested in exploring a possible exit strategy for your business? Would you like to bring your customers into a larger entity with

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Commercial Modules, Support Provided, Upcoming Changes

Commercial Modules, Support Provided, Upcoming Changes FreePBX has grown from dozens of modules a few years ago to hundreds of modules today (it’s over 100) the bulk of them part of the open source foundation that makes up this great project. We’re constantly adding new functionality, whether new features to existing modules, brand new open

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