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eZuce Expands Global Presence with New EZ Expert Partnerships


May 19, 2011

eZuce, a provider of open unified communications for the enterprise market enabling social business and collaboration, has expanded relationships in Asia with its newest EZ Expert Partner, eSolia, an IT management firm based in Tokyo, Japan.

Officials with eZuce said that EZ Partner Program addresses the needs of its business partners by providing open communications solutions along with support programs, tools, and resources designed to address the communication and social business needs of mid to large enterprises.

“We started testing sipXecs as a possible future alternative, and found it to have everything we needed and wanted, and as a nice bonus to be rock solid, so we decided to implement it for our own office and pursue a partnership with eZuce for the Japan territory,” said Rick Cogley, CEO of eSolia, in a statement.

eSolia has been providing high-quality business-focused consulting, project and outsourcing services since 1999, to a variety of blue-chip foreign and Japanese organizations in Japan, the Asia Pacific region and any location abroad.

“We welcome eSolia to the EZ Expert partner community and are very excited about eSolia’s ability to bring the benefits of OpenUC to the Japanese Market,” said Martin Steinmann, CEO and Co-Founder of eZuce Inc.

eZuce’s growing community of certified EZ Expert partners also includes eSofties Solutions Limited, one of Nigeria’s providers of robust, scalable and versatile enterprise software solutions for government and private industry.

“eZuce’s openUCTM is a Super-Charged alternative to any UC solution available and in addition brings along over seven years of Open Source community interaction,” said Nweike Onwuyali, CEO and Founder of Esofties Solutions.

unified communications in April reported that eZuce has announced Microsoft Outlook 2010 integration now available for eZuce openUC Version 4.4. eZuce openUC enterprise provides an open alternative to the Microsoft platform which enables customers to experience advanced unified communications functionality for a fraction of the cost compared to traditional IP PBX systems.

All the unified communications capabilities of Outlook 2010 are unlocked by the eZuce Outlook integration solution without requiring the use of a Microsoft server backend. Customers can experience the full unified communications functions, such as presence, instant messaging, unified messaging and voicemail, video, and conferencing leveraging email solutions from different vendors, including Google Mail, Microsoft Exchange, Open-Xchange, or other compatible email platforms.


Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Stefanie Mosca




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