Unified Communications Week in Review: Tadiran, Ooredoo, Make-a-Wish & Mitel
Communication and collaboration is evolving before our eyes. Innovation is bringing about a renaissance of development transforming the way we interact, and the enterprise is enjoying the spoils. Unified Communications provides a way for firms to remain in contact, reading from the same script and on the same page. With the weekend upon us, there’s no better time than the present to take a look at the week that was: time for the Week in Review!
Middle East communications provider Ooredoo announced its plans to enhance its next generation business services courtesy of Cisco. Cloud adoption in region is in a growth phase, and demand for cloud voice and collaboration solutions is on the rise. Ooredo’s Cloud Voice and Collaboration Suite will get a boost from Cisco’s Hosted Collaboration Solution to meet the growing demand. Frank Griffin has everything you need to know HERE.
This week, The Make-a-Wish Foundation announced it has turned to Mitel to upgrade its communication tools. Make-a-Wish is leveraging the MiCloud in its Phoenix, Arizona, office as well as the MiCollab collaboration system. As Mitel Cloud Services executive vice president and general manager Jon Brinton explains “Seamless, real-time communications and collaboration are critical for organizations like Make-A-Wish who work across multiple nationwide locations to carefully orchestrate wish fulfillment with families, staff, donors and many other integral players. Mitel’s mission is to power connections, and our work with Make-A-Wish really crystallizes the important impact communications and collaboration solutions can have.” Steve Anderson has all the details HERE.
Unified Communications Provider ShoreTel announced a partnership with Voxbone to extend the reach of its Cloud PBX service. Expansion is on the wish list of every firm, and ShoreTel is no different. Its recently launched Connect Cloud and Connect HYBRID solutions come at an exciting time. Jessica N. Abraham-Hogan’s complete story is HERE.
Also in the news this week, Tadiran Telecom formed a partnership with SoTel systems to broaden the reach of the Aoenix and Coral platforms. "Tadiran's expertise in this market, combined with our broad coverage and technology integration capabilities, will bring significant benefits to both businesses" said Jim Goebel, President and CEO of SoTel. Michael Guta’s full analysis is HERE.
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