What We Do
Great profit margins
Mobile phone apps
Automated device configuration
Access to Hosted Call Center
Ditch vendor management
and become the vendor
Why install and support a system you can’t fully control at low margins? When you partner with webtechnicom as your trusted white label VoIP provider, you own the entire customer experience at 70% margins or higher. You can quickly become a VoIP reseller solutions provider. Quote, invoice, install, and support a VoIP offering in minutes without any technical resources.
Built for partners
Your customers depend on you for everything
IT-related. As phone solutions have transitioned to IP and the cloud, it’s only natural for most MSPs to begin offering and supporting VoIP-based systems and services.
Take control of the situation and offer customers your own VoIP solutions. Gain control of the platform webtechnicom with a team built to support you.
With white label VoIP solutions webtechnicom , you can sell your own branded voip service like Hosted PBX and SIP Trunking. Everything from service creation, feature management, and service support is in your control.
Work with the brands
you already love
There is no need to buy more hardware.
is vendor agnostic.
webtechnicom Install your new solution and use the equipment
you and your customers already own.
Benefits of white label
VoIP from webtechnicom:
- Collect the full revenue instead of waiting for small commissions
- Deliver services in minutes not weeks
- Work directly with our knowledgeable webtechnicom team for troubleshooting and support
- Enhance existing offerings with robust VoIP services like Hosted PBX and SIP Trunking
- Keep out competitive providers
With Hosted Call Center
from webtechnicom you get:
- Geo-redundant multi-tenant network with 99.99% uptime
- Unlimited scalability
- Competitive feature set
- Flexible, integrated billing system
- Supervisor and agent management
- Flexible, integrated billing system
- On-demand statistics and reporting
- Easy web-based configurations
- Mobile phone apps
- Web-based operator consoles
- Built-in web phone and WebRTC
- CRM integrations
- Robust API for custom development
- Point-and-click remote device provisioning
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Since signing up with webtechnicom, I must say I am very happy and impressed. I have increased my net revenue to 50%. If you are looking to brand your own solution, increase revenue streams and work with a top notch support team; webtechnicom is the company to choose.”
– John Lettieri, TeleData Services, LLC
How to create your own brand Sip Domain
The webtechnicom API provides a simple yet powerful interface that allows you to fully integrate your own applications with DIDWW services. An extensive set of actions may be performed using this API, such as ordering and configuring phone numbers, setting capacity, creating SIP trunks and retrieving CDRs and other operational data. As such, this interface is the ideal tool for building alternative dashboards, developing mobile applications and automating front and back-end applications.
The webtechnicom API is a fully compliant implementation of the JSON API specification, which defines how an application should request that resources be fetched or modified, and how a server should respond to those requests. This REST (Representational State Transfer) interface provides an easy-to-use set of HTTP endpoints that let you access our services using GET, PUT, POST, PATCH and DELETE methods. By using our outbound and inbound service inside DIDWW your saving money ( much better than if use DIDWW server) and your win the rate marge you want (even 60%) at the price per minutes so ask us our webtechnicom DIDWW services by buying our host PBX…it’s actually what you need if you want your own sip domain for start your white label business (your here for that no?)
It’s time to make a move and build a recurring revenue stream with your own, whitelabel services to configure your server sip address, in the DNS zone enter the address A record sip.yourdomain.com pointed to the IP address (188.8.131.52)and an other A record with the same domain name pointed to the IP adresse (184.108.40.206)then done a UDP SRV record with the address sip.yourdomain.com which points to the domain (sip.webtechnicom.net) with the port 5060. You can now order some phone numbers from the software DIDWW, TELNYX, and TWILIO and use your domain names with these phone numbers. Also they are advised not to touch the setting and wait for the end of the propagations which can last up to a week.
Like this you have your white label Sip domain name… *it is important to enter the DNS data in the order explained in the shema because otherwise the ip addresses will not point to the right directions and you will not have the signal.
An API is an application programming interface – in short, it’s a set of rules that lets programs talk to each other, exposing data and functionality across the internet in a consistent format.
REST stands for Representational State Transfer. This is an architectural pattern that describes how distributed systems can expose a consistent interface. When people use the term ‘REST API,’ they are generally referring to an API accessed via HTTP protocol at a predefined set of URLs.
These URLs represent various resources – any information or content accessed at that location, which can be returned as JSON, HTML, audio files, or images. Often, resources have one or more methods that can be performed on them over HTTP, like GET, POST, PUT and DELETE.
Twilio, for example, provides many separate REST APIs for sending text messages, making phone calls, looking up phone numbers, managing your accounts, and a whole lot more. In Twilio’s ecosystem, each product is its own API, but you will work with each of them in roughly the same way, whether over HTTP or using Twilio’s helper libraries for several different programming languages.