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Cloudli Buys ConnectMeVoice, Expands U.S. Reach

ConnectMeVoice processes more than 12 million calls each month.

Claudia Adrien

June 23, 2022

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Montreal-based Cloudli Communications, a provider of voice, data and messaging solutions, is buying ConnectMeVoice. The New Jersey-based provider of next-generation VoIP, UCaaS and CCaaS solutions bolsters Cloudli’s position and business communications offerings in the North American market. Cloudli will retain the existing ConnectMeVoice team to provide continuity for its partners and customers.

ConnectMeVoice and Cloudli say joining forces offers an even stronger alternative for service providers and SMBs. These businesses look for reliable, cost-effective and flexible business communications options that support their rapidly changing needs.

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Cloudli’s Gavin Macomber

Gavin Macomber is president and CEO of Cloudli Communications.

“We are excited to announce the acquisition of ConnectMeVoice and welcome their talented team to Cloudli,” Macomber said. “The ability to offer ConnectMeVoice’s hosted VoIP, UCaaS and CCaaS solutions within Cloudli’s next-generation business communications portfolio will provide managed service providers, resellers, and small businesses with greater choice and flexibility as they transform their businesses to the cloud.”

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ConnectMeVoice processes more than 12 million calls each month. MSPs, resellers and partners get ConnectMeVoice solutions through its nationwide network.

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ConnectMeVoice’s Scott Seltzer

“ConnectMeVoice is committed to offering high-quality service and flexible solutions,” said Scott Seltzer, CEO of ConnectMeVoice. “Becoming part of Cloudli allows us to further enhance our efforts to help our partners grow their businesses.”

ConnectMeVoice’s product portfolio includes its new Clarity platform, contact center, text and chat, SIP trunking and more. Managed service providers can white-label it or integrate it into third-party applications. These solutions, combined with a call-path pricing model, offer MSPs the next-generation benefits of a cloud-based unified communications platform typically only available to larger organizations, the companies said.

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Claudia Adrien

Claudia Adrien is a reporter for Channel Futures where she covers breaking news. Prior to Informa, she wrote about biosecurity and infectious disease for a national publication. She holds a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and resides in Tampa.

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