SendHub, a Y Combinator-backed call and messaging solution for individuals, businesses and other organizations, is today launching a new product meant to address the needs of provisioning numbers to employees in larger organizations. With SendHub Manager, as the feature is being called, organizations will have access to an online dashboard where they can quickly create, move or delete phone lines for their staff. Explains SendHub co-founder Garrett Johnson, “it’s essentially like Google Apps for phones.”

The company, which began as a messaging-only service, expanded to support voice calls and voicemail this past summer. At that point, it became a viable competitor to something like Google Voice, for example, as you can now get your own SendHub phone number, then place or receive calls and text messages using your own phone. On the iPhone, SendHub offers a native application for this, and an Android version is in the works.

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