Natterbox Establishes Strong Reseller Network For Its Hosted Voice Service

Natterbox, the new hosted voice provider set to revolutionise the telecoms industry, has established a strong network of UK partners to market its services to end users.

Launched in July 2010, Natterbox offers hosted telecoms solutions to businesses, specifically targeting small, mobile businesses as well as the legal, financial and education sectors.

As all Natterbox services are hosted via the internet, end users are not required to buy or install any hardware or software, allowing them to implement smart and professional voice communications systems quickly and easily and at a relatively low cost.

According to the company’s CEO, Neil Hammerton, the initial response from resellers has been very positive. “Natterbox now has 30 committed partners throughout the UK, which is our optimum number at this stage,” he said. “We’ve had some excellent feedback from across this network, particularly in relation to the functionality of the Natterbox service range, and its practical application to businesses of all shapes and sizes.”

Mr Hammerton said that Natterbox will be available only through reseller channels, which will benefit partners as they will not have to contend with a competing direct sales force. Other benefits within the Natterbox Partner Programme, he said, include free demo support, marketing materials, dedicated account managers and an online portal for self-provisioning.

With a vision to provide smart and simple to use telecoms for businesses, Natterbox’s hosted voice solutions include hosted PBX, SIP trunking, voice PA, call recording, disaster protection and unified voice voicemail including mobile voicemail.

Co-founded in 2009 by the proven management team of Neil Hammerton, Neil Burgess and Jim Page, and based in the southeast of England, Natterbox plans to expand to international markets by the end of 2011.

For more information on how Natterbox and partners are assisting businesses with hosted telecoms solutions, please visit



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