The city of Kitchener, in Canada, Ontario, is home of a new app called OpenPhone.
Its ambition is to help small entrepreneurs stopping the blurred line between private and business phone calls. Many services already exist in this specific field, like Phone.com or Grasshopper, but OpenPhone’s main feature is to simplify the process and focus and ease of use.
As of today, the app let user share one phone number across several phone, using VoIP technology.
Still in its beta version and available on the Appstore since January, the company expects to launch in a couple of months a final version. An Android version hit the Google platform in June. OpenPhone will allow customers to make concurrent calls on several devices, transcribed voicemail and call forwarding.
This way, small businesses will have the opportunity to have a better communication between customers and entrepreneurs.