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Happy New Year from Your Friend Unified Communications Provider Teo

December 26, 2012

The unified communications space has expanded in breadth this year, similar to the way in which Jolly Old Saint Nick, aka Santa Claus, fattened up for his just-concluded, once-a-year ride around the world. Teo, a major provider in this rapidly growing space, realizes the importance of its UC suite and has made major strides forward within the industry this year.

Almost as soon as 2012 kicked off, the company debuted its UC platform that encompasses nearly 200 features that will surely prove advantageous to end users and administrators alike. Teo UC 4 is an easy-to-use, highly intuitive platform that serves as the revamped version of Teo UC that was originally launched back in 2010. It powers capabilities including e-mail, voicemail, voice conferencing, desk phones, mobile phones, soft phones, IM, fax, E911 notification and call recording, enabling mobile workers to remain just as productive as they would be from their desk while ridding them from being forced to remain tethered to their physical desk.

Following that exciting portfolio enhancement, the Teo UC Mini Server made its way to market, jam packed with an array of capabilities that have seamlessly integrated with small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in mind. Running on open standards-based Teo Software on a Linux operating system, it can be configured for a wide range of station and call environments and be placed on a desktop or mounted to a wall.

According to the unified communications provider, “The new server will offer the same features as Teo’s enterprise platform at a 50 percent reduction in entry cost, making enterprise-grade UC available to businesses with as little as seven users.”

Additionally, the company’s Teo Elite Partner Program was unveiled in 2012 and was developed from the ground up in order to reward its business partners for their commitment to promoting Teo’s UC solutions.

Officials added, “The program supports getting the right partners selected, up to speed quickly, and growing their businesses by providing superior technology and service. We maintain a highly selective partner program and are always searching for quality business partners who are recognized for their high standards of professionalism and track record of success within the communications industry. Our aggressive pricing structure allows partners to achieve higher than industry standard product and service margins.”

By making technology available to its consumers that is much easier to become acclimated with, companies can fully optimize their communications infrastructure in order to see much more bountiful benefits than ever previously imagined.

In conclusion, look to Teo in order for “your people get more done and enjoy getting it done because everything just works.”

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Edited by Rachel Ramsey

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