HeavyLogic Offers Free Evaluation of IP Telephony Hosted Solutions

Birmingham, Alabama, July 20th, 2007 — HeavyLogic™, a regional leader in IP Telephony (Voice Over IP) solutions for the SMB market, announces the no obligation, no cost promotional evaluation of the SmartVoice-IP™ Hosted Solution.

“There’s a lot of negative press regarding VoIP” says Dana Dillard, Director of Business Development. “We wanted to give potential Customer’s the ability to test drive the technology before making a decision. I think they’ll be pleasantly surprised at the features, quality, and economics of the service.”

Intended for businesses seriously evaluating alternatives to expensive capital and ongoing investments in traditional voice communications, the evaluation only requires the customer to provide industry standard IP phones or freely downloadable softphone software.

“We have always allowed customers to demo our service. To get the best results and take advantage of all the features and quality our service has to offer, we recommend evaluating with at least two desktop IP Phones” adds Bill Kervaski, Company CTO.

For more information about the evaluation visit heavylogic.com/voip/demo/. Building on the company’s Innovation Everywhere™ campaign, HeavyLogic™ continues to grow its array of cost effective and low maintenance business solutions.

About HeavyLogic, LLC
HeavyLogic™ is a privately funded technology company focused on IP Telephony, Software Development and Systems Engineering based in Birmingham, Alabama. For more information call us at 866.995.7277 or visit the company website at heavylogic.com.


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