Top manufacturer of business VoIP (voice over internet protocol) handsets, Yealink, has used its annual distributors’ conference to celebrate its first decade in business.
During the conference, several of Yealink’s noted achievements over the past 10 years were reflected on, with successful case histories being highlighted by the company’s many distributors from around the world.
In the course of its corporate lifetime, Yealink has of course established itself as one of the world’s leading suppliers of phone handsets for the growing business VoIP market; whether as part of in-house installations of modern VoIP business phone systems, or via the more manageable option of signing up to the services of a hosted business VoIP provider or VoIP reseller.
Praise has often been liberally forthcoming for Yealink from business users, particularly from those in the small to medium sized enterprise (SME) sector. This is largely owed to the wide range of features on each handset, each handset’s ease of use, and the relative affordability of Yealink products.
Against a background of past successes, however, Yealink’s CEO, David Chen, said, during his opening of the conference that the “best gift” for the organisation’s 10th anniversary was his and his colleagues’ determination to “keep on striving for our dream”. Chen stated:
“In the coming decade, we’ll set Apple as our model and focus more on R&D strength”.
He further promised to; “develop better products that meet the emerging market demand, and keep our innovations and everlasting passion for the pursuit of better user experience”.
Meanwhile, one of Yealink’s prestigious partners, Texas Instruments (TI), promised at the conference through its general manager, Jim Kennedy, that the company “will continue to deepen cooperation with Yealink and provide more advanced solutions and better technical support services to help Yealink introduce better and more products”.