AdvanTel Networks Launches Next-Generation Unified Communication Cloud Solution
AdvanTel Networks, recently unveiled vcCloud, the company’s next-generation Unified Communication cloud solution.
Officials said that vcCloud offers a cost-effective way for customers to take advantage of important business communications without investing in expensive on-premise equipment and other upfront costs.
"We've seen a huge increase in demand from executives for cloud applications," said Chris Atha, Vice President of Sales at AdvanTel Networks. "We are excited to offer a comprehensive, cloud-based alternative solution that helps meet the growing present and future needs of our customers."
Companies, with the help of the new solution are able to easily benefit from new technology immediately. vcCloud also offers rapid deployment and a predictable monthly cost model. This helps organizations to free up capital and continue to invest in their core business strategy.
vcCloud, AdvanTel's cloud-based UC solution also enhances business agility addressing critical challenges by supporting companies with multiple offices, home and mobile workers.
To improve business agility, it also increases communication and teamwork through industry-leading voice, UC and collaboration features.
"With more and more companies looking to cloud-based communications to improve their company's productivity, it has become essential to be able to provide our customers with cost-effective, collaboration tools necessary to boost business performance and bring added value to their organization," said Dan Ferguson, President and CEO of AdvanTel Networks.
He added "vcCloud offers an incredible amount of customization and flexibility, allowing customers to continue to focus on operational efficiencies and profitability."
AdvanTel's state-of-the-art data centers and integrated UC applications provide the best all-in-one, UC platform.
In June, unified communications reported that AdvanTel Networks, a major voice and data systems integrator, expanded its sales team in San Francisco to address the region's growing business demands, and to further establish the company's West Coast footprint.
Edited by Maurice Nagle