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Telcentris offers VoxOx, a free service that integrates voice, text, chat, fax, social networking and more.
Telcentris, the company behind VoxOx, has expanded its operations in San Diego, adding more than 20 positions and recruiting more employees.
The VoxOx app combines voice, video, text and more in one product.
On Thursday, Telcentris revealed its 2012 revenue was more than double its 2011 earnings. In an official news release, the cloud communications company credited the growth to $5.3 million in institutional funding.
From 40 employees four months ago, Telcentris has grown to 70+ employees and it is continuing to recruit.
“The team we have assembled so far possesses passion, talent and drive, and we are looking to add more exceptional talent to our group, which will contribute to the growth of the local San Diego economy,” CEO Bryan Hertz said in the company’s release.
Telcentris develops leading-edge cloud communications products and services for consumers, businesses and operators.