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TCTSL Partners with Microsoft for Improved UC

March 20, 2017

Mobile World Congress 2017 proved to be a promising event for unified communications (UC). Tata Communications Transformation Services Limited (TCTSL), a telco transformation and managed services provider, announced at the event that it has partnered with Microsoft to deliver Network Assessment as a Service (NAaaS) to its channel partners.

With this new partnership, TCTSL will be working with Microsoft channel partners to deliver NAaaS and add-on services for Office 365 built under the Skype Operations Framework (SOF) in order to encourage digital workspace collaboration. The NAaaS will offer a network assessment framework to speed Office 365 managed services for telcos, which will ultimately improve employee productivity and overall operations. Since UC is all about making communications easier for employees, and thus allowing them to collaborate with the each other no matter where they are, this seems like a win for UC.

Sandeep Bhatnagar , CEO of TCTSL, commented on the importance of this partnership and what it means for employees by saying, “It is a business priority for all enterprises to provide consistent and seamless user experience to enhance employee productivity across devices and locations…Our NAaaS services will help Office 365 and Skype for Business providers leverage our years of experience to maximize and deliver the best results on an enterprise customer's network.”

With TCTSL providing this service to all of Microsoft’s channel partners, we’re bound to see much more productive employees. Clearly, teaming up with Microsoft has its perks.

Aside from its new partnership with Microsoft, TCTSL also announced at MWC its Digital Transformation Roadmap. Created in partnership with OVUM Consulting, its purpose is to help operators derisk the move from Communication Service Provider (CSP) to a Digital Service Provider (DSP). Put simply, it will help CSPs identify new revenue sources by listing out priorities for CSP leaders and managers to build their unique transformation roadmap.

This is a good time to be working with TCTSL, as it appears to have a lot to offer. Whether you’re a Microsoft channel partner or a CSP looking to start your digital transformation, TCTSL may have the UC capabilities you need.




Edited by Maurice Nagle




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