Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Rehan Shares Info on Starting your own Phone Number Forwarding Business

Super Technologies has a great product of CFMS. It stands for call forwarding and management system. It allows you to start a voip company or a phone company with a very small amount of money. You can start selling phone numbers on existing phone numbers by offering enhanced call forwarding service. The business model is that you can offer your customers who have an existing cell phone or a homephone or a business phone, a number from an international market which is forwarded to their existing number.

You make a premium on this service by offering enhanced call forwarding service. You can call to wherever you want to call it. We will give you a customize domain of your choice ... say you want, then we will give you all the billing system CRM, VRP, DID billing, per minute billing, the website, the webserver, the softvages, the voiceswitch.

Every thing is included already in our platform. All you will need is a marketing team.

We can provide marketing training for publicizing and getting the word out of your new phone service. In the existing space there are companies like DID Worldwide, SkypeIN service, Voxbone,,, offering some type of virtual phone number forwarding service. You can start doing it for your local market. The investment is very low and the margins are very high. We can discuss that once you send us an email on [email protected] or [email protected]. We hope that you explore this opportunity but before you do, that we would like to invite you to explore yourself first-hand.

This is the kind of service which you will be providing your users once you sign up on CFMS platform. Just sign up on Virtual Phone Line, give it a try, and get a free number from the website so you can actully see how it works. We hope to hear from you pretty soon. Thank you.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Super Technologies' First Health Management System Seminar

Word has it that the Health Management System seminar, held on May 4, 2010 in Karachi, Pakistan was a great success. More seminars are planned for USA, Malaysia, India, UK, Mexico and Singapore. has a strong position with doctors and patients, who want to give better care and get better care respectively.

The participants raised many questions, which our company wanted, and showed high interest in the Health Management System applications. One of most heard comments was "very user-friendly, especially when taking into account the needs of the patient from a medical point of view."

The seminar has been labeled as a new step towards our further success. The feedback was very positive. It is the first one for us. The seminar gave a message of confidence in expanding to the global market.
As foundation for our success, we give great importance to the cooperation among the Medical Community who attended the seminar. We strongly believe that continued collaboration with medical community will lead to a better product knowledge for our customers, and we actively support this type of activity.

We are very proud of Saleha Lateef and PM Permanand who have taken much initiative and given their time, work, thought and collaboration.
The software development VP of Super Technologies, Inc. Arfeen Muhammad, asks that others register themselves with  to be a part of the research and direction in this beta project.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

VP Suzanne Bowen's Facebook Discussion on Quality, Honesty, Listening

What a beautiful discussion on Suzanne Bowen's professional network on Facebook!

Suzanne Bowen I scream for quality, honesty, and open ears in a quiet voice.

Ed Prentice
Why is that so hard to achieve? We are a weird lot! We just have to keep looking.
Yesterday at 5:06pm ·
John Hammond
It truely is you know. Its amazing how diffiicult it is to find anything the quality of 40 to 50 years ago.
Yesterday at 6:49pm ·
Ed, is it that we want things fast and easy? John, you can't even be over 40!
Yesterday at 7:40pm ·
John Hammond
I am not just reaching that age. :) I mean that not only in people, relationships, but things manufactured this poor world is not what it used to be.

You will find it give it time.
Yesterday at 7:49pm ·
Suzanne Bowen
Good point, John. I recently heard that a boss told his employee to add fake Facebook IDs. I hope that the employee said, "No," and if he did, I would give him a raise." Mohammed (PBUH), Buddha, Jesus Christ, Nietzsche... All the great would probably disapprove of this deceit.
Yesterday at 9:04pm ·
Atiq Rehman I think major issues are to do with intellectual honesty and quality of mindsets. Why do we keep comparing the incomapables?
Yesterday at 10:17pm ·
Nusrat Zehra Raza
Very well said Suzanne. I like the quiet voice part.
Yesterday at 11:31pm ·
Imran Khan I agree with Ed-Prentice,we are becoming Bunch ovMoroonnss , i swear we are not usin our minds as we did 30-40 years ago, just fillin out the templates n livin like Pre programmed ICsss, n also as Atique Rehman said
5 hours ago ·
Suzanne Bowen Atiq, hope you'll accept my apology if I offended by referring to any of four names from history in ONE group that so many people revere, respect one or more of them. But I think you can agree with me that each of them would be apalled at the lack of honesty and acceptance of that, the emphasis on quantity without interest in quality andmeaningfulness, and also the emphasis on exhibition and "being on stage shouting to abyss that is not listening or one that blindly follows" when interaction and observance are far superior.
3 hours ago ·
Atiq Rehman
No offence. As you are referring to Mohammad PBUH, All kind of honesty is exampled in his life. The honesty that increase quality of minds and souls.....
2 hours ago ·
Imran Khan
Atiq Bhai Chaaa GAee hain AAAp
2 hours ago ·
Umema Hani
:) i am here Suze
about an hour ago ·
Karen Campagna
I hear you, Suzanne!
42 minutes ago ·
Umema Hani
37 minutes ago ·

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Make Money from Call Forwarding Business

Hear and watch descriptions from Suzanne Bowen and Nusrat Raza of the power of Call Forward Management System business where Super Technologies, Inc. hosts your direct inward dialing phone number forwarding and diverting business that you rebrand.
CFMS takes advantage of DIDX API for DID/DDI from 60+ countries.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

VoIP, Podcast Generation, Cluecon

I recommend the Podcast Generator on created by Alberto Betella. It's open source, so please contribute financially if you use it.

What's cool about it? It gives you options to offer RSS feed for others to use and to send your podcasts to iTunes. I'm at the Cluecon conference in Chicago this week. I met a guy at the iCall party last night who had on a tshirt from a conference that features science fiction and open source. He stated, "I downloaded all your DIDX podcast interviews and listened to them on my drive from Wisconsin to Chicago yesterday. Your enthusiasm is infectious and feels sincere. How do you get that stereo sound? I have some ideas for clearer sound..."

(Thank you! I'm really inspired and interested in the people I interview: Allison Smith, Jaymie Scotto, Omar Chohan, Bernd Wiegmann, Leif Madsen, Luca Filegheddu, Joel Driver, Jonathan Leong, Roman Khalenkov, Harmon Wilfred, David Mandelstam, Michael Schelin, Maria Gomez, Dilawar Syed, Art Smith, Michael Collins, Carol Davids and Warren Bent, Atiq Rehman, Shomail Dan Muhammad, Brian West and Anthony Minessale, and Rabah Djanati.

I explained that I use a variety of voice over Internet services from among our 12,000 or DIDX customers and suppliers. I'm experimenting with those and with different audio settings on my Toshiba. One example, some of the interviews use Skype for voice and PrettyMay to record. When I call to a PSTN line from Skype, the quality is not as good as when I call from Skype to Skype.

He gave me some great ideas to follow up on to improve the sound of our podcasts. When I find his business card, I will credit him more fully here on this blog post.

My attention goes back to Gemeinschaft German PBX presentation at Cluecon. Stefan Wintermeyer is not only technically savvy, but his presentation is the most interesting I've seen yet. (More conferences that are IP communications-related are at