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Orange Offers Lync 2013-Based UC

February 26, 2013

If your company needs global enterprise unified communications and voice services, you’re probably looking at Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync. If so, Orange Business Services is with you on that, and is offering enterprise UC services based on Lync 2013.

As a part of its Business Together suite, Orange (News - Alert) Business Services is providing Microsoft Lync-based UC services. This suite of integrated or managed collaborative services helps take advantage of the benefits that unified communication and collaboration can provide, making enterprises as productive as possible.

Now with the release of Microsoft Lync 2013, customers can get even better functionality and capabilities from no matter where they work. Its functionality provides multiparty HD video, mobile voice and video, social capabilities, Skype (News - Alert) federation and more, all of which can help provide seamless communication.

Orange was sure to take advantage of Lync to develop new services for its Business Together solutions, including Microsoft Integrated UC, Microsoft Managed UC and the Business Together voice pilot service. All of these can be used to provide clear and quality communications from no matter where one works.

“End-to-end support provided on a global basis by a single provider reduces the complexity of a global voice services deployment,” says Paul Molinier, VP of Unified Communications (News - Alert) & Collaboration at Orange Business Services. “Supporting several hundred customers with more than 1.2 million IP phones, Orange Business Services has 10 years of experience helping organizations tailor the best UC strategy to meet their specific goals. Orange Business Services (News - Alert) 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.”

Lync 2013 promises to be in high demand, and Orange Business Services knows it. It also knows how to help reach as many customers as possible, providing the highest level of services and best UC functionality available. Orange Business Services has a long-lasting relationship with Microsoft, and it will be very helpful for enterprises transitioning to a Lync-based UC solution.

Edited by Rachel Ramsey

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