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RE/MAX taps IP supplier.

Tadiran Telecom[R], a leading global IP business telephone and communications soday announced it has been awarded "Approved Supplier" status from RE/MAX International, Inc.

The Approved Supplier status is presented to companies who provide the highest level of quality, service and support for its real estate franchises, agents, and ultimately its customers.

"We're very pleased to award Tadiran Telecom with Approved Supplier status because they have earned it," said Sarah Blankman, Supplier Programs Account Executive at RE/MAX International. "It's critical that our agents never miss a call because history has shown that the majority of property buyers stay with the first agent they reach--they miss a call; they miss a sale."

Tadiran's award-winning Coral IPx family of telephony products is installed across hundreds of RE/MAX sites. The Coral IPx solutions offer a smooth and cost-effective migration path to the world of IP-based telecommunications, allowing businesses and organizations of all sizes to move to an IP-based system in stages, at the speed that suits their needs.

The Coral IPx family includes a breadth of products that combine leading edge Voice over IP (VoIP) technology at the best total cost of ownership, backed by superb voice quality, easy installation and maintenance, secured communications, and a wide choice of user devices.
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Title Annotation:Technology
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Feb 14, 2007
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