'Drag & Drop' Asterisk PBX appliance launched

By tonyhughes Hughes, in , posted: 11-Apr-2008 08:12

ISPBX LLC, ais introducing a line of IP-PBX systems featuring COGOBLUE. COGOBLUE allows you to configure your system just by dragging and dropping visual icons on a display pane.

The CogoBlue "Drag and Drop" interface makes installations faster and easier. The visual objects immediately convey the configuration. This reduces the possibility of unintended results stemming from a "simple" change.

ISPBX offers a series of PBX models targeted for small to medium sized businesses. Dealers installing these appliances can quickly implement call routing and call processing without the need to manually edit configuration files.

Modifications are implemented consistently. This eliminates the need to re-learn and re-work previous configurations as often experienced with rotating technical support staff.

ISPBX Managing Partner John Signorello said, “In developing CogoBlue, we took a radically different approach from Trixbox and Digium. Instead of another glorified word processor, we developed a rich, intuitive, visual model for configuring PBX systems. It's simple, elegant and very powerful.

The company was established in 2005 and currently operates out of Denville, NJ.

For more information please visit: www.ISPBX.com & www.CogoBlue.com

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