Telecom Council Nominates CommuniGate Systems for SPIFFY Award
This announcement was made by Liz Kerton, president of Telecom Council, who said that the attempt made by the company to advance the state of telecommunications by changing the way carriers delivered applications was highly commendable.
Judged by 20 global carriers, this award acknowledges the contributions made by CommuniGate systems toward improving telecommunications. It is the only fully unified communications solutions for the multi-tenant carrier environment.
Driving innovation across the industry, CommuniGate Systems has been able to combine virtually all forms of communications that includes HD, voice and video, conferencing PBX, SMS, e-mail and more onto a single platform with a universal client application called Pronto! And, the result is massive scalability in a cost-effective manner.
In a press release, Jon Doyle, vice president of CommuniGate Systems, commented that being nominated for the award was truly exciting as such awards were taken seriously throughout the telecom industry. Being nominated for the Best Communication solution was an honor that reflected the company's passion in providing exceptional communication solutions for service providers partners as they built out their cloud environment for business and residential subscribers.
CommuniGate Systems will be announcing the 4G ProntoT product portfolio with mobile clients for Android & iOS4 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this coming February. Customers can view a live demonstration at stand 7E40.
The Company's software comprises of the industry acclaimed CommuniGate ProT, and the application suites ProntoT, MobileOfficeT, UC CentrexT, VoicePlusT and MessagePlusT.
In a related news release, CommuniGate Systems announced its partnership with Smartworld, an industry leader in secure, smart, and integrated communication solutions, to deliver Smart Hosted UC to small and medium-sized Enterprises across the Middle East.
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Edited by Jaclyn Allard