Xgen Say app can allow communication across the organisation without exchanging phone numbers.
Pune: Data Xgen Technologies Pvt Ltd, leading
enterprise communication IT Company, today announced the launch of its new
offer- Xgen Say which provides users
voice and video calls among them. The Xgen Say is an indigenously developed
internet phone or Voice Over IP phone (VoIP) and the users simply need a valid email
address and they will be able to
communicate across the organisation without revealing or exchanging your mobile
/ phone numbers.
Announcing the launch, Founder
and CEO of Data Xgen Technologies Dr Ajay Data said, “Our primary concern
was to provide a secure solution for the calls. Avoiding call hacking was taken
care of by making all calls encrypted. This offers secure calls end to end
ensuring privacy and secrecy or Data. Xgen Say is the name of the service,
which is available as part of Xgen Email platform or as a separate service.
To avail the offer the users simply need an email address
instead of a phone number. Other key features include high definition audio and
video calls, audio conference calls with various participants, Xgen IM/Chat
“Moreover, Xgen Say accounts
reachable at any time, even if the app is closed and it is highly secure
communication. We have ensured compliant with a SIP-compatible phones , that
enables to even have a fixed phone at home and office while app on mobile. So
one can technically be present at multiple locations and attend the call at any
location. Dr Data added.
Xgen Say App can be downloaded from Google Play or Apple app
Store. So it works across the operating systems and across all kind of IOS and
The users of DataMail can also use these apps freely and logon
into Xgen Say with DataMail email id.
This capability allows anyone to use Xgen Say apps and start talking as anyone
can take email address free with DataMail app.
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