Pigg’s Enterprise Numbers will be available in 2020.
The company has said the new numbers will “reassure customers that their Pigg solutions are secure, reliable and secure”.
Pigg’s current Enterprise Numbers are now being used to provide a range of different business solutions including email, web, and mobile apps.
Pegs new numbers, which will be the most widely used and the one that will make it the default for all Pigg clients, will be “designed to be easily managed”, Pigg said.
“The new Enterprise Numbers have a new look, streamlined interface, and we’ve redesigned our Enterprise Portal to make it easier to use and understand.”
Pigg has not yet shared any numbers, but the company has released several Enterprise Numbers that were previously used by Pigg to connect to third-party systems and servers.
For example, Pigg used the Pigg 801 to connect directly to Pigg Exchange servers and was able to securely send data between Pigg and Exchange without any security concerns.
Pigg also used the Enterprise 701 to securely connect to Piggle Mail.
Pigg also plans to add a new number to the default list of Enterprise Numbers for 2020.