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Re: [SLUG] Re: [ot] Asterisk suppliers / consultants
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Re: [ot] Asterisk suppliers / consultants
- From: Julio Cesar Ody <julioody@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2005 02:14:08 +0000
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The company where I work also does PBX design and a whole bunch of
tricks with calls and stuff like that. The web interface was developed
by us as well. Users can control how their extension behaves
independant of others, generate call logs, AJAX search, and some more.
Give me a shout via email if you're interested. Cheers.
On 12/20/05, Matthew Palmer <mpalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 21, 2005 at 08:11:28AM +1100, Richard Hayes wrote:
> > Is there any companies in Sydney specialising in Asterisk?
> Define "specialising". It's unlikely there's too many reasonable size
> companies out there who do nothing but Asterisk -- the market for Asterisk
> (as rapidly expanding as it is) just isn't big enough to support many
> people. We've got a couple of guys on staff who do Asterisk stuff for
> clients, and they'd love to do it full-time, but we jut don't have the
> business volume for it.
> > What has been the expreince with them?
> Clients love the near-infinite flexibility of Asterisk PABXes. Nobody's
> told us to go away yet. Beyond that, I'm at the wrong end of the supply
> chain to give you a customer's eye view of the process. <grin>
> - Matt
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Julio C. Ody