Panamax was recognised as the ‘Best Telecom Solutions Provider – USA’ at the 3rd Technology Innovator Awards 2017. Panamax’s MobiFin – the Mobile Financial Solutions, also bagged an ‘Award for Excellence’ while Bridge2Call from the NSS product suite was awarded as the ‘Most Innovative IP Telephony Platform’. The awards are organised by the CV Magazine every year and felicitate the individuals, teams or firms from the telecom industry that contribute with their innovative thinking and commitment to technology.
The Chief Operating Officer at Panamax, Manoj Jain expressed pleasure at the acknowledgement. He says, “Panamax has been reaching new heights with every passing day and we have been extremely lucky to be recognised for our efforts. Bridge2Call and Mobifin, both are among the top-notch products from our array. MobiFin is helping a lot of corporates with its state-of-the-art Mobile Financial Solutions and we are optimistic on including more geographies under our umbrella.” He adds that, “Bridge2Call on the other hand has carved a niche for itself through its Unified Communication and Collaboration (UC&C) platform. We are trying to bring innovation by offering technologies that are futuristic and ahead of the market.”
Panamax has been providing telecom & Mobile Financial Solutions globally, enabling service providers, resellers and content providers to evolve communications and mobile finance services through technology innovations. The Company offers market-proven Switching, Provisioning, Transaction and Service management solutions, with products serving over millions of users over networks spanning across the globe. In its Mobile Financial Services domain, Panamax combines mobile banking, money, wallet, top-up & bill payments solutions into one common interface, offering scalability and ease of operation.
Panamax’s Bridge2Call offers the Unified Communication and Collaboration (UC&C) Suite which is a combination of several communication applications. The suite allows both, real-time communications (IP and voice telephony, instant messaging, data sharing, video conferencing, speech recognition, call control and others) and non-real-time communications (e-mail, SMS, fax, and voicemail), in one common interface. It also facilitates integration of company’s VoIP service with employee’s personal smartphones and laptops, on a single company-wide calling plan.
(This PR was first published on Newswire)