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TMCNet:  ShoreTel's Cloud Division partners with Westron Communications

[December 19, 2012]

ShoreTel's Cloud Division partners with Westron Communications

Dec 19, 2012 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) -- ShoreTel (NASDAQ: SHOR), said its Cloud Division has added Westron Communications as an Alliance partner.

As a ShoreTel Cloud Division channel partner, Westron Communications will now offer customers ShoreTel Sky cloud-based voice, unified communications, mobility and contact centre solutions, in addition to on-premise systems.

Westron Communications provides robust IP communications solutions. From local deployments to national projects, they serve customers across a broad range of industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, energy, education, government and more. With the addition of ShoreTel's cloud solution, Westron Communications will deliver integrated best-in-class on-premise or hosted solutions.


The ShoreTel Sky Channel Partner Program is designed for value-added resellers and systems integrators who want to provide world-class cloud-based phone systems and unified communications services to their customers. To learn more about ShoreTel Sky partner programs visit http://www.shoretel.com.

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