NUSO, Part 1
NUSO is a cloud services provider focused on communication solutions with annual revenue of around $3.8 million. Its main product offerings include unified communications (UCaaS), contact center (CCaaS), VoIP, SIP trunking, and cloud services.
Description of Business
- NUSO is a communication-focused cloud service provider of cost-effective and reliable solutions.
- The company develops real-world communication tools for business for seamless connectivity "across all platforms including desktop, desk phone, and mobile devices".
- The VoIP/cloud services of Sotel Systems were transferred to NUSO in December 2018.
- The annual revenue of NUSO is approximately $3.8 million.
Number of Employees
- NUSO has 43 employees.
Main product offerings
- The main product offerings of NUSO are unified communications (UCaaS), contact center (CCaaS), VoIP, SIP trunking, and cloud services.
- NUSO's SIP trunking provides integration with legacy phone networks to enable every business to benefit from its advanced features and speed.
- NUSO UCaaS offers an enterprise-grade, "all-in-one business solution that combines voice, mobility, messaging, presence, conferencing, and collaboration". It empowers businesses with the ease of working from anywhere with internet access.
Number of Paying Clients
- There is no publicly available information on NUSO's number of paying clients.
Key Business or Technology Partners
- Rimrock Telecom Services is a reseller for NUSO's UCaaS services in Southern California, Utah, and Oklahoma.
- DigiCom North Texas is a reseller for NUSO's cloud/hosted services which uses a Metaswitch backbone.
- NUSO's products are part of the offerings provided by Telesys.
- NUSO partnered with Type B Consulting in the provision of cost-effective and reliable, crucial business communication services.
In the course of our research, we found that Sotel Systems transferred control of their VoIP/cloud services to NUSO in December 2018 and the FCC approved the transfer in February 2019. Also, the NUSO trademark was only registered in late October 2019.
To search for NUSO's number of paying clients, we started by searching through company information sites like Enlyft, and databases of the SEC and the Cloud Communications Alliance. Enlyft provides information on the number of clients using the services of profiled companies. However, NUSO is not featured in the database of Enlyft. The profile of NUSO on the Cloud Communications Alliance database did not include the number of their clients. We repeated the same search for Sotel Systems to check if the number of their VoIP/cloud services clients would be provided. But the profile of Sotel Systems on Enlyft does not include the number of its clients. The profile of Sotel Systems on the Cloud Communications Alliance database did not also include the number of their clients. There is no record of any SEC filling by NUSO or Sotel Systems.
Next, we searched for news articles about NUSO. We hoped to find articles that included information about NUSO's clients. We scoured through media sites like Business Wire, Market Watch, New Haven Register, Channel Partners, and Cloud Communications Alliance. This did not yield any result as NUSO was not mentioned in any news report. This is probably due to the fact that they are a newly established company. The same search was repeated for Sotel Systems to find out if there is any news report that discussed the transfer of control. However, we could only find information about the partnerships of Sotel Systems with other companies.
We proceeded to look for interviews granted by NUSO's executives to check if they revealed the number of their paying clients. Since NUSO and Sotel Systems have the same executives, we hoped to find interviews where they talked about the transfer of control as well as the number of their clients. This did not yield any relevant result as there is no publicly available record of interviews with executives of NUSO/Sotel Systems.