Vertical Com

Vertical Com

Employees:
240
Revenue:
$73 million
Net Income:
$-28.54 million

Vertical Communications, Inc. is a corporation that specializes in premises-based private branch exchanges, i.e., business telephone systems. Vertical Communications changed its name on January 1, 2005 from Artisoft, Inc. after acquiring Vertical Networks in September 2004. Wikipedia

Vertical Com

Employees:
240
Revenue:
$73 million
Net Income:
$-28.54 million

Vertical Communications, Inc. is a corporation that specializes in premises-based private branch exchanges, i.e., business telephone systems. Vertical Communications changed its name on January 1, 2005 from Artisoft, Inc. after acquiring Vertical Networks in September 2004. Wikipedia

Jan 27, 8:43 PM

Having a great time here at NADA in New Orleans! It's the 100th anniversary of the National Automobile Dealers Association, and the annual NADA Convention & Expo is the Automotive Industry Event of the Year. It's the world's largest international gathering place for franchised new vehicle dealers. Car dealers, you have questions? We have auto solutions for you! Stop by booth 3809 and chat with Kevin, Samir and Adli today thru Sunday. #NADA100

Aug 23, 8:57 PM

Huddle up with Vertical for the latest in our series of free webinars with Auto Success Magazine this Thurs. @ 2 EDT. Reserve your spot now: http://hubs.ly/H044Pt-0

Jul 14, 6:29 PM

Industry analysts are seeing a rapidly growing trend among businesses to integrate best-of-breed services and applications, regardless if they're located on premise or in the cloud. The challenge, however, is to identify a flexible infrastructure that can conform to specific use cases without having to undergo significant development and technology integration costs. Our new Vertical Cloud Connect delivery mechanism represents a logical, cost-effective ecosystem to help businesses configure the specific capabilities and services they need to improve their operations. Find out more about it here: http://www.vertical.com/vertical/cloud-connect

Mar 14, 6:11 PM

Buying into BYOD: 5 Ways to Help Your Team Go Mobile http://hubs.ly/H02j6L40