WorkSpace Communications Receives Network Solutions Trusted Partner Designation
WorkSpace Communications, a Kansas City-based integrated communications firm, asserted that it has earned the Trusted Partner designation from Network Solutions and claimed that it is the first Unified Communications provider to acquire such an honor.
According to Network Solutions, successful businesses require a variety of tools, resources and vendors and its Trusted Partner portal is a one stop shop that is full of recommended products and services giving businesses a leg up on finding exactly what they need to improve productivity marketing efforts or other business functions.
WorkSpace claimed that it is a fully integrated unified communications system that keeps users connected to their desktop, colleagues and clients, whether they're at their desk or across town. Built on the Microsoft platform, the unified communications solution is a cost-effective, subscription-based, all-in-one service that’s easy to manage.
WorkSpace explained that it offers a “cloud-based” suite of communication and collaboration tools right to the desktop. By blending voice, video, messaging and collaboration media into a cloud-based single service offering, WorkSpace has managed to help businesses remove the daunting task of searching out and selecting phone and data carriers and streamlined the way they communicate.
WorkSpace claimed that its solution offers businesses the reliability, security and productivity gains of its UC portfolio via affordable means. It also does not demand any capital investment. Using this solution businesses can scale up or down according to their needs, a flexibility that gives a tremendous market advantage.
“Our Trusted Partner portal is a valuable resource for small business owners, giving them access to the best-in-class companies that offer the solutions they need to power their businesses,” adds Kurt Gastrock, senior vice president of Product Management for Network Solutions. “WorkSpace Communications unified communications portfolio is a strong element within that resource. When you combine the communication and collaboration capabilities with the wide range of other services available on a subscription basis, they give businesses a powerful productivity advantage at a cost they can afford.”
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Edited by Charles West