VirtualPBX Announces Zapier Webhook Compatibility As Part of Massive Integrations Initiative for Dash Business VoIP System

VirtualPBX Unveils Webhook Integrations for Dash Business Phone System

VirtualPBX Unveils Webhook Integrations for Dash Business Phone System

“Making Webhooks available for so many companies further democratizes the tools that previously were only available to more well-funded companies. That’s a positive disruption we’re proud to be behind.”

San Jose, California

VirtualPBX’s history of innovation is on open display with its recently launched Salesforce CRM and VirtualPBX Softphone integrations. The popularity of intertwining the award-winning hosted business telephone services that VirtualPBX provides has led to today’s announcement of a huge increase in similar functionality. Starting now, Webhooks are available to integrate Dash Phone Plans with internal systems and are a popular way to send real-time data to a URL where it can be filtered and uniquely leveraged for an infinite number of custom uses. In addition, VirtualPBX has made it easier for non-coders to wire up their data using the popular tool Zapier – simply add Dash Webhooks as a “trigger” and choose from over 750 applications to create an “action.”

“Working with API’s as part of our Custom Voice Solutions Services, we’ve found that further integrations with our Dash platform are invaluable for some of our customers,” said Lon Baker, VirtualPBX’s COO, “This led us to move quickly to make even more integrations available to all of our customers, regardless of whether they are using a bespoke telephone system or the primary Dash platform.”

To increase the access of the Webhook compatibility to the entire VirtualPBX customer base, Baker noted that the first Webhook integration is included for free with every Dash account. Additional Webhooks from there will only be $9.99/month, as well, so this way all customers can realistically take advantage of a more sophisticated, integrated telecommunications network than was ever previously available to them.

“Everything we do to make web-based telecommunications more accessible to companies for a fraction of what they’d pay to for a legacy phone system evens the playing field between small and larger companies,” added Baker, “Making Webhooks available for so many companies further democratizes the tools that previously were only available to more well-funded companies. That’s a positive disruption we’re proud to be behind.”

Webhooks are available immediately on all Dash Basic, Pro, and Unlimited Plans and the initial pool of apps that they can be used to tether call data to is 750 strong and growing. For more information on Dash, Webhook integrations, and how to create Custom Voice Solutions that go even further to striking the ideal balance to a business communications ecosystem, visit VirtualPBX.com.

About VirtualPBX
VirtualPBX was founded in San Francisco in 1997 and brought some of the first commercially available hosted PBX service to market for small business owners. Born from the advent of the hosted telecom industry and driven by the innovative vision of its founders, VirtualPBX continues to deliver leading edge telephony products for business. Backed by award-winning, local, in-house support teams, VirtualPBX offers an array of services including disaster recovery, network monitoring and optimization, and professional system management.

VirtualPBX Contact

Rachel Anderson
Vice President of Design & Marketing
888.825.0800 Ext. 339
Rachel.Anderson(at)VirtualPBX(dot)com

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