Unified Communications Week in Review: Panasonic, SkySwitch, Telarus, Fusion & More
Technology is constantly changing and impacting all aspects of our lives. Whether the changes are focused in the workplace or just generally affecting how we communicate with others, there are new advancements being made every day. Unified Communications highlights several of these innovations. With that in mind, it’s time for the Week in Review!
Panasonic led off the week with news of a news olution that will give small businesses a suite of unified communications (UC) solutions that will revolutionize the way these companies operate. Until now, smaller businesses had to settle for technologies with limited capabilities. But, with Panasonic’s KX-NS700G, these companies will have access to the same cutting edge digital technology that has been available to larger corporations for years. Get all the details HERE.
Earlier this week, SkySwitch revealed its new tool: Contact Center-as-a-Service (CCaaS). It has a lot to offer in that is gives a complete, multi-tenant cloud-based solution with all the best perks of a full contact center. It is available for the everyday user and can even be geared toward certain industries. Find out all you need to know HERE.
It’s no secret that voice interfaces are the next big thing. The way we work and communicate is changing and technology needs to develop past the standard e-mails, conferencing, spreadsheets, calendaring, and typing. Aside from ease of use, they will also make working more productive and time efficient. To read more about the future of voice interfaces, click HERE.
Midweek, Fusion announced a new partnership with Telarus to sell its cloud services. Fusion is already a well known cloud services provider and Telarus is a leading value added distributor of cloud, network and UCaaS services. Consumers will benefit from this newly formed partnership, as they are both passionate about helping their customers grow faster, stronger, and smarter. Find out all the details HERE.
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