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EZECOM becomes first international toll-free provider

EZECOM becomes first international toll-free provider


EZECOM begins International Toll Free Service (ITFS) next week. PHOTO SUPPLIED

This Monday EZECOM will launch an international toll-free call service that offers local companies a way to expand their global presence without costing a lot of money.

The idea of ITFS is that a company is assigned a local prefix number that forwards calls to any chosen number at no cost for their clients.

“This gives a small business a very large presence and a makes large business more personalized, making it ideal for the growing business community in Cambodia.” said EZECOM marketing manager Inge Olde Rikkert .“For Cambodian companies increasing their global presence this technology EZECOM ITFS offers companies a way to enter and gain trust in new markets. By combining our experience as being the largest provider of VOIP services in Cambodia with our International partners, EZECOM is ideally placed to lead the introduction of the technology. Our Fiber Optic Backbone and our partnership in the international AAG cable ensure that we deliver the highest quality for the best price,” olde Rikkert said.

On June 21, EZECOM became the first Internet Service Provider (ISP) in Cambodia to receive ISO 9001:2008 status. The term refers to the International Organization for Standardization’s certification, which is a year-long process initiated by the development of an internal documented Quality Management System.

“The voluntary certification assures customers of EZECOM's adherence to documented processes and procedures that ensure continued and ongoing improvements in delivering our Services,” said EZECOM CEO Paul Blanche-Horgan.

Achieving ISO 9001:2000 certification is a milestone for EZECOM," Blanche-Horgan said. "The certification process has required a lot of dedication and excellence from our staff and demonstrates EZECOM’s continual commitment to our customers and the quality of service."

EZECOM recently announced the acquisition of 100% shares of TELCOTECH Ltd (TCT) as an addition to the EZECOM group of companies.

TCT are a wholesale fiber company with domestic distribution and ownership in the Asia American (AAG) submarine cable network. According to EZECOM CEO, Paul Blanche-Horgan, TCT brings a complementary strategic vision and product technologies to the group.  “By joining forces we have a vast opportunity for further growth based on mutual strengths. We are continuing to improve and provide the Cambodian people worldwide quality services, whilst reducing costs and making internet more available and affordable in the country.”

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