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Communications provider MNF Group has established a new brand for the enterprise and government markets.

Probably best known for its MyNetFone products aimed largely at the residential and small business markets, MNF Group already operates under multiple brand names in the wholesale and retail communications spaces.

The latest addition is MNF Enterprise, which will focus on the group's enterprise and government business.

"MNF Group is continuously innovating its enterprise and government market solutions and growing its client base," said chief executive and co-founder Rene Sugo (pictured).

"Our enterprise and government service suite has evolved into a specialised offering with its own identity. With the launch of several new products, and more in the pipeline, now is the time to introduce a separate brand to clearly delineate between our enterprise, small business and residential products and contact channels."

MNF Enterprise provides new-generation IP voice solutions, including enterprise-grade SIP trunks.

Earlier this year, the company launched its Pulse call management system to help government agencies and utilities intelligently manage and disperse unpredictable surges in traffic.

MyNetFone Australia is an exclusive supplier of voice carriage to the Tasmanian Government, as well as being on the Victorian Government's Voice Services Panel.

Other public sector procurement arrangements include Municipal Association of Victoria, Western Australian Local Government Association, NSW Procurement ICT Services Scheme, and the Queensland Government IT&T Procurement Panel.

"Our growing list of certifications has meant that we are winning significant business from local and state governments and universities around Australia. As we continue to expand and innovate in the enterprise and government sector, the products and services under the new MNF Enterprise brand will continue to grow," added Sugo.

MNF Enterprise is also certified by suppliers including Avaya, Cisco, Microsoft, Panasonic and Samsung.


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