SOURCE: Epazz, Inc.

June 23, 2009 08:00 ET

A Top 5 Accounting Firm Completes Nortel Project With DeskFlex, Inc.

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - June 23, 2009) - Epazz, Inc. (OTCBB: EPAZ), a leading provider of office productivity workforce solutions, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, DeskFlex, has completed a project with a Top 5 Accounting firm to handle the interface between the reservation system and the Nortel CS1000 to adjust the PBX so that the accounting firm's users have personalized phone service even though their physical location may be different on any given day.

The accounting firm selected DeskFlex based on the fact that DeskFlex has extensive experience with Nortel telephone systems. DeskFlex has developed interfaces for many of the major telephone systems available on the market today. Using our Nortel interface the accounting firm was able to complete their project. Our Nortel interface can enable the accounting firm's employees to travel between offices with the same telephone number.

DeskFlex has been a Nortel partner for many years. We have installed many DeskFlex/Nortel interfaces in order for corporations to communicate between their telephone system and their web systems. "We are excited our Nortel interface was able to help the accounting firm's employees be more mobile," said Shaun Passley, Chief Executive Officer of Epazz.

Due to a confidentially agreement, we are unable to release the name of the client. DeskFlex has many of the largest accounting firms in the world as our clients.

About DeskFlex, Inc.

DeskFlex, Inc.'s proprietary scheduling software supports the use of shared workspaces by multiple employees. Mobile workers are often absent from the office leaving their desks vacant. By establishing a pool of shared resources and a reservation system, companies can materially reduce real estate expenses by limiting the space needed for offices, desks, meeting rooms and even reserved parking spaces. DeskFlex creates an easy to navigate web site allowing employees to reserve workspace in advance and interacts with popular telephone systems to enable phone calls to be routed to the employee's temporary desk.

About Epazz, Inc.

Epazz, Inc. is an enterprise-wide software company that specializes in providing customized web applications to the corporate world, higher education institutions and the public sector. Epazz BoxesOSv3.0 is the complete business web-based software package for small to mid size businesses, Fortune 500 enterprises, government agencies and higher education institutions. BoxesOS provides many of the web-based applications organizations would have to buy separately.

BoxesOS allows for employees to view announcements online. Employees are able to share documents from multiple locations throughout the world. With BoxesOS employees are able to take training courses and their supervisors are able to view the results online. Companies are able to create self-service portals for their customers to pay for their invoice and download instructions. Companies can also create self-service portals for their partners to request new marketing materials or view a demo. BoxesOS connects to companies' databases to easily bring all of their information together.

BoxesOS includes an intranet, portal, extranet, central knowledge repository, document management, workflow engine, website management, web collaboration, email system, and learning management system into one complete web-based solution which connects to organizations' backend systems.

BoxesOS allows the organization to start-up by implementing elegant web-enabled information dashboards for each stakeholder group. Functionality with administrative systems can be swiftly completed using BoxesOS connectors to other back-end systems. Business applications that require upgrading can be upgraded on a prioritized basis as desired, and easily linked to BoxesOS and its personal information system.

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