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Not that long ago, VoIP companies could make serious money by charging 10 cents a minute for long distance or $30 a month for local phone service. But with a low barrier to entry, the market very quickly became crowded, and prices fell to the basement. Now anyone off the street can get sub-1-cent per-minute US LD with no minimums. That business model is dead. For many companies, salvation came in the form of moving upstream to offering virtual PBX, or the more buzz-wordy "Cloud PBX". But once again, the field is full of competitors and with very little to differentiate. Why should any customer choose you? If you answered "price", you're going to lose.
This presentation is all about solving that problem: how to create differentiated real-time communication services that allow you to charge your customers for the value you create, rather than for the minutes they use.