Nexmo is a unique provider that offers a multitude of different solutions, all based off of their API platform. Nexmo is one of the go-to solution providers for organizations to integrate SMS messaging, Voice Calls or Verification Services into a mobile app or website. Purchased by Vonage in 2016, Nexmo is now apart of the well known Business VoIP provider's portfolio with a global reach of 7 billion people across 225 countries, and over 1,600 telecommunication networks.
Based in San Francisco, Nexmo has been offering communication application program interfaces for both voice and text communication since 2010. Vonage snatched up the platform in a move to accelerate a planned growth strategy by strengthen their foothold in Cloud Communications. While Nexmo can be deeply integrated with Vonage solutions, the platform does stand on its own. Nexmo has also been expanded to offer advance analytics and SIP Trunking functionality.
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In fact, one of Nexmo's major selling points is their global reach. Nexmo makes it possible to place and receive calls from around the world, and even offers phone numbers in most countries internationally. What is important to note, however, is that SIP Trunking is priced quite a bit different from traditional Business VoIP or Hosted PBX solutions. As opposed to a reoccurring monthly fee, based on features or user limits, SIP Trunking is charged based on each minute of each phone call. SIP Trunking also makes it easy for your business to scale up or down with unlimited capacity, to not only save on costs but also properly plan around peak traffic.
Nexmo's SIP Trunking enables organizations to scale an on-premise call center solution, while simultaneously expanding your caller's reach and providing global support. Advanced features, like an Automatic Location Based Routing, ensures the highest level of call quality while reducing latency and ensuring calls are routed to the proper gateway. Nexmo also offers a no-cost set up, further providing businesses with an initial cost saving, making the platform even easier to adopt.