Broadsoft Boosts SaaS Portfolio with VoIP Logic Purchase
The cloud is changing IT operations across the board; from the data center to the conference room, it is enabling a new generation of high-performing solutions, which are empowering the enterprise for success. In communications, unified communications as a service (UCaaS) is taking flight as a result of its easy implementation and robust functionality. Broadsoft, a firm bent on transforming unified communications, announced this week the acquisition of VoIP Logic to further this cause and round out its portfolio.
Taher Behbehani, chief digital and marketing officer, BroadSoft noted, “VoIP Logic further strengthens our BroadCloud UCaaS solution portfolio, and the ability for our service provider customers to fully benefit from the cloud.”
VoIP Logic, a cloud wholesale specialist, is already a provider of BroadWorks-based cloud communications services to providers in the United States. it offers leading technology that promises geographic resiliency, security and uptime while offering providers the ability to adapt to user requirements. VoIP Logic gives service providers the tools to design, integrate and update cloud services based.
“We see that a large percent of data consumed by today’s business is through cloud services, which is why BroadSoft has become the go-to cloud transformation partner for service providers seeking to rapidly shift their legacy telecom infrastructure to a network capable of delivering enterprise cloud applications for mobile unified communication, team collaboration and customer engagement,” explained Behbehani.
The acquisition adds a firm well versed in Broadsoft’s technology, and introduces a new, complementary piece to the BroadSoft SaaS portfolio. The VoIP Logic addition allows service providers to unlock the potential of the BroadSoft cloud PBX and UC-One, by taking advantage of the cloud.
The cloud is no longer in question, and as it continues its quest to conquer the market it shouldn’t be a surprise to see more of this type of acquisition take place. Demand for cloud services will only rise. Cost savings, ease of implementation, high performance and flexibility are hard to turn down.
Edited by Alicia Young