|By Marketwired .||
|June 16, 2014 06:30 PM EDT||
PLANO, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 06/16/14 -- Epygi Technologies, Ltd., a global provider of award-winning small to medium business IP PBX telephone systems and Gateways, introduces Mobile Toggling for iQall, a licensable feature that allows users to switch between a desktop phone and smartphone without interrupting the call. Users simply install iQall, Epygi's free Android and iOS application, and configure it with an Epygi Quadro with the Mobile Toggling license activated to gain added efficiency with reduced costs.
As a unique feature to Epygi, Mobile Toggling allows for users to start a call on their desktop phone and end it on their smartphone without interrupting or dropping the call and without using call forwarding. By doing so, calls aren't interrupted if a user on the call needs to leave the office for any reason. The Epygi Quadro automatically redirects the call to the owner's iPhone or Android device upon the user answering. Mobile Toggling on iQall is a revolving door with a two-way toggle both from desktop phone to smartphone and vice versa. In either case, those on the other end of the line are neither notified nor aware that a user has toggled from one to the other.
About Epygi Technologies
Epygi Technologies, Ltd., a worldwide provider of award-winning IP PBXs and Gateways supporting small businesses to enterprise's telephony needs, is a private US company founded in 2000 and has its headquarters in Plano, Texas. Reliable, secure, and easy to install and use, the Epygi products offer users outstanding benefits and an unparalleled range of features at very economic prices. Customers are able to improve their productivity, lower operating expenses, enhance their image and while affording the latest in telecommunications equipment. Visit us on our website, follow us on Twitter, like our page on Facebook or join our Linkedin group.
Epygi Technologies, Ltd.
1400 Preston Road, Suite 300
Plano, TX 75093
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