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SoundConnect Opens Two New Offices

January 02, 2014

SoundConnect, a unified communications and collaboration provider, has opened new offices in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.

Thanks to these two new offices, SoundConnect will now be able to broaden its reach to collaborate and communicate with customers and partners across the United States.

With the addition of the two new offices, SoundConnect now has presence in Boston, Charleston, Chicago, Wilmington, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.

The company in early 2013 introduced Unified Communication (UC) offering that provides a full-service solution for customers; an end-to-end platform that has IM, presence, web collaboration, audio conferencing, videoconferencing and enterprise voice from an office, tablet or smartphone.


“SoundConnect is growing at an unprecedented rate; we are excited to announce our expansion into the Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. markets. As we continue to expand we are looking to areas where there is high demand for local presence and focusing in those locations,” said Tom Sullivan, president of SoundConnect.

“We have a great channel partner program throughout North America as well so we are aligning our sales growth with our two distribution models,” said Sullivan.

He said that in order to keep up with the growth of the company’s UC offering SoundConnect is also looking at other locations in 2014.

Earlier in November, SoundConnect had launched hosted Lync 2013, Exchange 2013 and SharePoint 2013 solutions. This is a continuation of SoundConnect’s dedication to providing premiere business communication tools.

SoundConnect delivers this service at a time that businesses are looking toward unified communication with collaboration and mobility features to improve competitiveness, enhance operational efficiency and reduce cost.

Organizations can integrate Lync 2013, Exchange 2013, SharePoint 2013, along with Office Web Apps to simplify a user’s experience regardless of what type of device the user is working from.




Edited by Alisen Downey

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