Unified Communications Week in Review: CoreDial, Broadsoft, Fusion, NORDSEE
Welcome back to the week in review, where we take a look at all the top stories making headlines in Unified Communications this week.
This week was all about coming together, and CoreDial started things off by launching its new partner program. According to CoreDial, its “Partner Success Program provides tailored sales, marketing and training tools that enable its channel partners to guide their customers through the transition from legacy phone systems to cloud-based services like Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS).” The company empowers its more than 500 channel partners to provide cloud communications to more than 20,000 businesses in the U.S by using the partner program and its SaaS platform, SwitchConnex. I have everything you need to know about how the program works HERE.
Continuing the theme of coming together, Broadsoft made moves to boost its SaaS portfolio by acquiring VoIP Logic. 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.” This acquisition means big things for Broadsoft in the future. You can find out more about this major industry news HERE.
On the same note, NORDSEE has chosen Mitel’s MiCloud and MiCollab to help boost productivity and connectivity. NORDSEE has chosen to implement the solutions because they are designed to connect multiple sites to achieve productivity gains. Given that NORDSEE is such a large retailer in multiple countries, it’s easy to see why it needs a system that can help it manage all its locations. As an added bonus for Mitel, this is just another thing to add to their list of recent successes. Find out more HERE.
Finally, Fusion announced this week that a chain of Asian-inspired restaurants has signed on with it in the hopes of propelling their scaling efforts. As TMC’s Maurice Nagle points out, “The Asian-inspired restaurants are expecting to reach the national stage, surpassing 1,000 locations over the next five years. With such expanded presence, it is important to have a robust administrative portal as well as a centralized communications platform – exactly what it found in Fusion.” You can check out the article HERE.
While some exciting news has been highlighted here, that’s certainly not all that went on this week. Be sure to head to the Unified Communications homepage for all the updates, and come back next week for the latest insights. Have a great weekend!