Iperia Announces Visual Messaging for BroadWorks

Iperia, a provider of mobile applications and content delivery, today announced a new integrated solution aimed at meeting the growing demand for mobile access of the BroadWorks voice messaging application, which is offered by BroadSoft, a global provider of IP-based communications services to the telecommunications industry. Visual Messaging for BroadWorks will provide added value to service providers using BroadWorks, enabling them to roll out a branded mobile application version to their end users to intuitively scroll, listen to, and read their voice messages, from their smartphones and other mobile devices.

The Iperia Visual Messaging mobile application has been certified to work with BroadWorks, in conjunction with mobile devices from BlackBerry, Android, iPhone, WindowsMobile, Symbian, and the Apple iPad. Iperia will provide a turnkey solution for BroadSoft service provider customers, which include services to brand, package, distribute, and support the Visual Messaging mobile application for their customers. Distribution of Visual Messaging for BroadWorks will be available on the BroadSoft Marketplace and through Iperia.

"Employees want constant access to all of their communication services, whether they are in the office or on the road," said Leslie Ferry, vice president of marketing at Broadsoft. “Iperia’s Visual Messaging enables users to stay connected from their mobile devices and we are excited this application, which we believe enhances productivity, will soon be available through the BroadSoft Marketplace.”

“Together, our companies are addressing a huge demand in the market. Providing a mobility front end to BroadWorks provides a powerful value proposition to BroadSoft service providers and a rich experience to their end users,” stated Sam Waicberg, CEO of Iperia. “The synergies of these combined products will be incredibly strong and have already received very positive feedback from the market.”

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