CenturiSoft Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

CenturiSoft is celebrating 10 years serving the telecommunications industry.  John Pope founded CenturiSoft in 2000 with the vision to “Revolutionize the Way We Communicate.”  He departed from past standards, building a new messaging product, the Centuri Messenger, from the ground up using ISDN-PRI (digital) trunking instead of analog trunking.  In 2003, the Centuri Messenger extended its ISDN-PRI capabilities to include VoIP and prepare for the future with HD audio and video capabilities.  With two patents pending, its “Call Logic Engine” and scripting has allowed CenturiSoft to accomplish hundreds of installations, in various industries, interfacing to several different switches and vendors seamlessly and without sacrificing features.  CenturiSoft has installations worldwide, including the United States, Canada, China, and United Kingdom, located in answering services, call centers, and medical, government, and utility organizations.

CenturiSoft takes this time to thank their customers, resellers, and technology partners for making this a reality; they are appreciative to all that have supported and fostered their growth over last 10 years.  Their mission is “To become the number one systems platform provider for the Unified-Communications market,” stated John Pope, president, “and that is becoming more a reality today.”

CenturiSoft currently has two divisions: its applications division (CenturiSoft) and its service provider/hosting division (ReparoVox Communications, acquired in 2006).

[Posted by Peter DeHaan for Connections Magazine, a contact center publication from Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc.]

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