The following is the text of a report that featured on the East Coast FM Breakfast News this morning:
“Wicklow-based firm Goldfish.ie has signed a €100,000 deal to provide telecoms technology to an international technology media firm. As part of the arrangement the Wicklow firm will service a 100-person contact centre in Dublin for tech media specialists IDG Direct. Goldfish.ie which was launched in Bray in 2010, provides state-of-the-art telephony services to Irish businesses. The company’s technology is now being used to make 15,000 calls a day to over 100 countries. The company has grown its client base to include construction companies, store card providers to shopping executive search firms. Goldfish.ie’s primary voice servers are all located at its Dublin data centre. The company also has servers in data centres in the UK and Germany.”
TechTrade | 05 Apr 2013 : Cloud business telephone service provider Goldfish.ie is to provide telecoms technology to IDG Direct’s 100 person contact centre in Dublin. The deal is worth €100,000 per year.
TELECOMS provider Goldfish.ie claim Irish companies can save 50pc on bills by switching to an internet-based service.
The Wicklow-based company, launched in 2010, said low costs are possible due to the significant savings secured by providing a cloud-hosted service. Goldfish.ie’s tariffs are also 60pc cheaper for Irish local or national landlines and also UK and US international calls, when compared with Eircom business tariffs.
Media Release: Irish firms can save over 50% on telephone bills simply by switching from Eircom to Goldfish.ie’s internet-based telecoms’ services
11th January, 2013; Dublin, Ireland: Goldfish.ie, the Irish telecoms provider, says Irish businesses can make large savings on telephone bills simply by using internet-based technology. The Wicklow based company is Ireland’s only dedicated provider of over the internet telephone services to businesses. Since its launch in 2010 the company’s services have cut the telephone costs of firms across Ireland by at least 30% and some have even saved over 50% off their Eircom business bills. Continue reading “Goldfish.ie saves Irish businesses a nasty bite from telecoms sharks”