Infratel gets $3 million in Series A funding

Infratel, a provider of cloud telephony services for small businesses, has secured $3 million in Series A funding from Prostor Capital and Runa Capital.

The funding will help the company to build telephony solutions for channedl and cloud providers serving the SOHO market. Also, the funding will strengthen the company’s presence globally.

Prostor Capital is a global investment firm with deep knowledge of the telephony and service provider industry.

On the other hand, Runa Capital international venture capital firm is focused on investing in cloud computing, internet-services and virtualization software companies.

Speaking on the funding, said Bryan Goode, CEO of Infratel said that the company’s goal in closing this investment round with Prostor and Runa is to bring intuitive, easy to use communications solutions to help small businesses, who don’t have a basic telephony presence, hindering their ability to interact with customers

Infratel said that it is utilizing its foothold in the hosting community to build a cloud-based solution that integrates directly into the provider’s infrastructure.

The company added that this market strategy provides the highest ROI for cloud services providers and enables Infratel to achieve faster market penetration in the highly fragmented SOHO sector.

Serguei Beloussov, senior founding partner of Runa Capital venture fund said that the long-term relationship, hosting service provider network, and technical expertise can help Infratel in the cloud telephony market to provide unique solutions to millions of small businesses around the world.

Infratel launches a Cloud-based telephony service for small businesses

Last year, Infratel launched Infra Cloud Receptionist, a Cloud-based telephony service that arms small businesses with a more professional and connected approach to incoming calls using their own 1-800 number and existing landline and mobile phones.

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