BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA (June 18, 2012) – The Bloomington Economic Development Corporation welcomed Axia Technology Partners, a national provider of tailored VoIP services, to Bloomington last week, marking another new business into the Bloomington tech sector this year. Axia announced it will create up to ten new jobs and will focus on new advances in software and resource development at the Bloomington location.
Axia Technology Partners provides traditional IP services in phone and internet but also offers its own phone hardware and manufactures its own software. Customers include municipalities, hospitals and power companies, among others. Current Bloomington customers include Employment Plus and Scotty’s Brewhouse.
“While thousands of companies provide phone systems, internet, co-location, and phone service independently, an almost non-existent few provide a total solution that covers all of these spectrums,” said Josh Ross, co-founder and managing partner at Axia Technology Partners. “This is the niche that has become a huge part of our success story. Not only do we provide tailored business solutions, we provide an all-encompassing approach to ensuring the best results for customers by becoming their phone company, internet and co-location provider, as well as their phone system and software manufacturer.”
Axia selected Bloomington to benefit from the unique talent pool of students studying information technology at Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing.
“Our knowledgeable team is dedicated to providing top-tier IP services,” said Ross. With the new Bloomington location, we plan to expand our development talent and cultivate relationships with some of the brightest young adults by connecting opportunity and innovation.”
About Axia Technology Partners
Indianapolis-based Axia Technology Partners is a leading national provider of converged IP solutions with industry leading service offerings of nation-wide VoIP phone services, enterprise and call center PBX solutions, WAN connectivity, fiber optic construction and Internet access that create all-encompassing, cost-effective and customized communications solutions. For more information about Axia Technology Partners, please visit http://www.axiatp.com.
About the BEDC
The Bloomington Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) is a not-for-profit, public-private partnership dedicated t the retention, development and attraction of quality jobs in Monroe County. The BEDC is led by a partnership of private industry leaders, the City of Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana University and Ivy Tech Community College-Bloomington. For more information, visit www.comparebloomington.us.