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We are happy to announce that Teravoz has been acquired by Twilio! As Twilio Brasil, we will offer the best communication solutions across Latin America through integration APIs. Teravoz is a hosted PBX Platform for SMBs and Call Centers, and telephony APIs. Teravoz was born from the dream of providing VoIP services so that every company, regardless of its size and resources, can be as productive as large companies.
We achieved this through state-of-the-art technologies, so we were able to build a solution package called Virtual PBX.
Its clients are from the most different segments, serving fintech startups, e-commerce and logistics startups, offices, coworking spaces, offices, technical support teams, tourism agencies and others.
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