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QLOOG Announces Partnership with Schmooze Com, Release of Japanese FreePBX Code

KOBE, Japan, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

- World's Most Widely Deployed Open Source PBX Platform Now Available in Japanese -

QLOOG, Inc. announced on March 3 that the company has partnered with US unified communications specialist Schmooze Com, Inc. as the first and only authorized reseller of Schmooze products and services in Japan.

QLOOG also unveiled the release of its full Japanese translation of the world-famous FreePBX open source communications software.

"FreePBX has become our go-to platform for creating feature-rich and customized solutions for clients," said Kazuhiro Arao, CEO of QLOOG. "This partnership is not only about new opportunities - it's also a sign of our commitment to offering a robust and open PBX solution that is fine-tuned to the Japanese market."

FreePBX boasts over one million installations worldwide, and is developed and maintained by Schmooze Com and a global community of contributors. QLOOG noted that its service offerings will include the world's first commercial FreePBX support to be offered in both Japanese and English from March 1.

To further strengthen the competitiveness of open communications in Japan, QLOOG also announced that development was underway for "FoNEX", a Japan-centric IP-PBX platform featuring the proven open-source code base of FreePBX combined with additional commercial features tailored to Japanese business customers. FoNEX will feature full integration with QLOOG's own existing call center management and predictive dialing software solutions.

The FreePBX Japanese translation is available under the open-source GPLv2 license from the official FreePBX code repository (git.freepbx.org), or via download from QLOOG's website at http://www.qloog.com/en

(Photo: http://prw.kyodonews.jp/opn/release/201402288681/)

About Schmooze Com and FreePBX

Schmooze Com, Inc. manages FreePBX, the most widely deployed open source PBX platform in the world. Schmooze also provides FreePBX Certified Appliances, SIPStation SIP trunks, and FreePBX Pro Modules.

FreePBX (R) and the Schmooze logo are registered trademarks of Schmooze Com, Inc.

About QLOOG

QLOOG is a VoIP service provider and Schmooze Com Authorized Reseller based in Kobe, Japan. QLOOG specializes in Asterisk deployment, development, and support, along with telephony solutions that guarantee robust connectivity with all of Japan's major carriers. The company serves more than 300 businesses with 40,000 active extensions, and also offers services including call-center construction, global inter-site communications, and disaster recovery server solutions. More information is available at http://www.qloog.com/en

Contact:
Kevin McCoy
QLOOG, Inc.
Tel: +81-78-327-8001
e-mail: [email protected]
URL: http://www.qloog.com/en

SOURCE QLOOG, Inc.

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