OCN Celebrates Small Business Week with SMB Offering
May 1 signaled the start of National Small Business Week, an American event since 1963, which began to recognize small business owners and entrepreneurs here in the United States. To support the holiday, OneCloud Networks unveiled its small business program to provide small businesses and startups the communication and collaboration tools needed to compete in today’s dog-eat-dog environment.
"Communications today is about much more than voice if a business is to be competitive in the marketplace," said Haider Mirjat, OCN Chief Solutions Officer. "Small businesses need the same tools as larger businesses, perhaps even more so, to gain a foothold and compete on a big business level. The use of video is a game changer in business, but has been too expensive for small businesses. Now it comes as part of the package. OCN is committed to small business success."
OneCloud is providing an “All Inclusive Small Business Package”, which is a complete unified communications solution providing voice, desktop sharing, video/audio conferencing, mobility as well as voicemail, music on hold, an auto attendant and more.
The key benefits firms enjoy from an OCN UC deployment include a user-centric experience, real-time collaboration and a scalable solution that’s part of a fully managed service. For the small business this last point is notable. A firm doesn’t want to have to worry about outgrowing its technology, and instead have a solution flexible enough to adapt to the demands of the company.
"OCN is a forward thinking innovator that recognizes the technologies, products and services small businesses need to gain competitive advantage," said Michael Schaefer, Vice President RNO Sales, BroadSoft. "We are thrilled with OCN's commitment to enabling small business success and scalability, and fully support them in these efforts."
America was built on the backs of its hardworking small business owners and entrepreneurs, transforming the new world to a land of prosperity. Today, startups and small businesses compete with massive corporations and every bit helps.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi