CallFire, a provider of Cloud Telephony services, has surpassed 50,000 users.
Through its cloud-based telephony solutions, CallFire simplifies telephony and expensive carrier-class telecom capabilities available through GUI and API platform.
“As voice API, voice broadcast and text messaging technology advances and cloud computing becomes increasingly sophisticated, more and more business – across all core market sectors — are discovering why cloud telephony is the future,” said Dinesh Ravishanker, CEO and co-founder, CallFire.
The company said that its new customers include premier multinational brands and it is now helping these companies to achieve their communications goals with cost-efficiency.
CallFire’s cloud-based enterprise telephony platform has been utilized by such major brands as Sprint, FedEx, Home Depot, Allstate Insurance, Curves, Gold’s Gym and the Boy Scouts of America.
The company said anyone with a cell phone and a laptop can become a virtual call center via CallFire.
The company serves multiple industries, including automotive, education, entertainment, finance, healthcare, marketing and real estate.
CallFire powers voice and text messaging applications that enable businesses, government agencies and grassroots organizations to instantly and affordably communicate with key audiences.
The company was founded in 2007 by Ravishanker and a small group of computer science graduates from the University of California, Irvine, the University of Southern California and Harvard University.
The company claims that it is running profitable and has achieved just under $10 million in sales.