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Kordia partners with Vadacom for NZ's medium enterprises

20 May 2015

Kordia is stepping up its offerings for the ME (medium enterprise) market through a partnership with Vadacom - the Kiwi cloud-based PBX company. Kordia was attracted to Vadacom because its software-based phone system is proven to provide mid-size businesses with real savings, performance improvements and convenience - without any capex.
More than 500 businesses across New Zealand and Australia already use the Vadacom system and customers love the fact they can fund their system entirely from opex.
 
The next logical step was to eliminate the capex requirement from lines too - which aligned perfectly with Kordia’s strategy of broadening their portfolio for MEs. The two companies have now partnered to offer cloud PBX solutions with lines and calling bundled together - one account, one simple monthly bill.

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Callaghan Recipient Breaks Ahead of the Cloud PBX Pack

6 October 2014

In September 2014, Vadacom secured $1million investment package and the strategic support of key, high-growth individuals to take its ground-breaking, mobile-friendly business solution international.  Vadacom already delivers a world-class phone system people love to over 500 workplaces across NZ and Australia, including Xero, Colmar Brunton, Glidepath and the Controller and Auditor-General. Investors Aaron Ridgway and Lindsay Phillips of Nightingale Partners joined the Vadacom team as CEO and Board Chair, respectively. 

Ridgway and Phillips collaborated on the NZ cloud-communications success, Datasquirt, growing the company to a $17million sale to Silicon Valley’s LiveOps. Ridgway takes on the CEO position from co-founder of Vadacom, Igor Portugal, who moves into the Chief Technology Officer role.

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Kiwi-built phone system aids Xero’s global expansion

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Cost overtaken by usability as driver for VOIP adoption, says Vadacom;

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Vadacom is selected Finalist in AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards

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Kiwi firm launches user friendly unified communications system

Kiwi communications company Vadacom has expanded its VadaXchange offering with the launch of VadaXchange Buddy, a system designed to combine contact-centre features with a user-friendly interface.

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Open Source PBX is 18% of North America Market

This No Jitter article talks about the research, where the Eastern Management Group finds that open source represents a much larger segment of the market than many people might have thought. Well worth a read!

 

Vadacom joins forces with Brash Technology

Vadacom and Brash Technology agreed to merge into one entity, and are trading as Vadacom Limited, effective 1 August 2008.

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Local firm looks to office neighbour for VoIP

Cinema management software vendor picks voip from fellow premises-occupier.

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Vista home gets latest in PBX technology

Templeton says the VadaXchange product was a crucial piece of technology in the digital home and the service from Vadacom staff was excellent.

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Open Source PBX firm up and running

Open source software is ramping up as a serious alternative in the IP PBX market.

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Kordia steps up ME market offerings with Vadacom cloud partnership

27 March 2015

Drew Gilpin: "Vadacom has a wealth of experience in the ME market having provided PBX solutions to more than 500 businesses."

…Kordia New Zealand has today announced a new partnership with Vadacom to deliver a cloud-based PBX solution with lines and calling bundled together in one bill. By partnering with Vadacom, Kordia is now able to provide an improved end-to-end voice solution for medium enterprise customers; built around a simpler price per user per month for both their SIP and PBX solution and with no upfront costs.

Read on Computer World »

 

 

Traditional phones are dying a thousand deaths and Vadacom is helping to bury them further with its technology

12 October 2014

Aaron Ridgway: "We are able to offer Rolls Royce solutions for Toyota Corolla prices."

…Vadacom’s telephony system has the distinct quality of being cost efficient for small- and medium-sized businesses with between 5 and 500 users. The ironic thing is big companies want to use the company’s technology as well.  An example is Xero, which has been using the company’s system to scale up its telephone system as it grows.

Read on IdeaLog Digital »

 

 

Callaghan awards $32m in R&D grants

3 October 2014

In October 2014, Vadacom was awarded a $100,000 in R&D matching funds from Callaghan Innovation’s Research and Development Growth Grants scheme. The initial funds can be followed by up to $100,000 per year over the following four years and will be used by Vadacom to help develop the cloud business phone system into more languages.

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Unified Comms – It has to be simple, stupid

Read Vadacom CEO opinion on Techday »
 

The plain old telephone is dead and VoIP systems are delivering on the promise. Hear the inside story from industry guru Igor Portugal.

 

 

TranscribeMe and Vadacom Announce Partnership for Enterprise Market

TranscribeMe, a hybrid voice-to-text technology company and Vadacom, New Zealand's leading Unified Communications and IP telephony solutions provider are partnering to offer better integration for enterprise customers.

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Vadacom kicks off in the cloud

New Zealand-based communication technology company Vadacom has launched its VadaXchange system for businesses and telephony service providers as a SaaS-based offering, providing all the same solutions but without the need for on-premise appliances.

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Technology is the tide that lifts all boats

Vadacom's Igor Portugal believes telecommuting can improve New Zealand's productivity, and standard of living

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XT glitch sparks innovation at PBX specialist

Free iPhone app fixes XT issue and generates revenue for Vadacom.

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Small businesses use internet technologies to bulk up


Vadacom is the finalist in the Computerworld Excellence Awards.

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