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Orange Business Services Provides Microsoft Lync-Based UC Services

February 20, 2013

Orange (News - Alert) Business Services now supports companies that require global enterprise unified communications (UC) and voice services based on Microsoft Lync 2013.


Microsoft Lync-based unified communications services are offered as part of Orange Business Services’ (News - Alert) suite of integrated or managed collaborative services called Business Together.

Business Together Microsoft (News - Alert) UC services include a combination of Orange Business Services' infrastructure that incorporates Lync Server 2013 and support services.

“Orange Business Services can support multinational enterprises that want to use a unified communications solution based on Microsoft Lync at all of their sites, no matter where they are located, and maintain the quality throughout the lifecycle of the service,” said Paul Molinier, vice president, Unified Communications (News - Alert) & Collaboration, Orange Business Services.

Business Together Microsoft Integrated UC from Orange Business Services provides expert Lync voice support for customer-operated Lync 2013 Server.

Business Together Microsoft Managed UC further simplifies the adoption of UC technologies for enterprises and Business Together voice pilot service helps enterprises find out how Lync 2013 Server can be used in their organization to increase its efficiencies.

"As enterprises move from legacy PBXs to Lync-based unified communications Microsoft looks forward to working closely with Orange Business Services as a certified Microsoft Premier Support Lync Partner," said Giovanni Mezgec, Microsoft general manager for Lync.

Currently, Business Together Microsoft UC services are available in Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, and other high-growth markets.

Orange Business Services is a global integrator of communications solutions for multinational corporations. The company was in news last year when it announced that it is speeding up its international customer contact strategy to help companies deliver excellent customer experience at a low cost.




Edited by Brooke Neuman

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