TTNC is Shortlisted for three ITSPA Awards!!

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We let you know in February that we had submitted our nominations for three categories in this years' ITSPA Awards.

ITSPA, today, announced their shortlists and we're proud to announce that we are shortlisted in all three categories we entered. The "Best Software" category for myTTNC, the "Best ITSP - Small Enterprise" and the "Best SOHO ITSP" categories.

We have won our category at the ITSPA Awards, on both previous attempts, winning the Best VoIP Vertical Solution in 2018, and the Best SOHO ITSP in 2019. Hopefully, we can maintain our 100% record in 2020.


More Information about the categories

Best Software

This award is designed to recognise the best VoIP software and is open to applicants from across the next-generation communications landscape. Entrants can include APIs, billing platforms, portals, WebRTC solutions and more. The winning entrant will demonstrate how their innovative software has made an impact in the market.

Best ITSP - Small Enterprise

The company winning this category must provide the best all-round business voice service of any ITSP with a turnover of up to £2 million. This company has to demonstrate impressive business performance, innovation and customer service as well as detailing an exemplary case study. This company has to provide a good selection of business features, such as multiple telephone numbers, call queuing and support for remote workers.

Best SOHO (Small Office, Home Office) ITSP

This award recognises the company that has done the most to produce a well-rounded product for the small business customer. The winning entrant will combine value for money and features, as well as good customer service and guidance for the user.

           


Who are ITSPA

Launched in 2004, the Internet Telephony Service Providers Association (ITSPA) is a British body representing providers of Internet Telephony (VoIP) services. The ITSPA Awards, now in its 12th year, recognise achievement within the VoIP and Unified Communications industry.

Paul Bell