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Unified Communications Week in Review: Mitel, Arkadin, Entre, and More


October 14, 2017

The world of Unified Communications was in full blast this week. From Mitel partnering with SPIE ICS to Entre Computer Services moving to “the customer way,” it was nothing short of exciting. In case you missed a moment of it, we have you covered right here with the UC Week in Review.

Mitel announced a partnership with SPIE ICS, a subsidiary of SPIE Group, to deliver cost-efficient, cloud-based, unified communications and collaboration (UCC) offerings for French businesses. With a high demand for UCaaS (Unified Communications as a Service) solutions, customers can choose from two cloud platform offerings, thanks to Mitel.

It was soon time to talk about improving ROI through UC device management. Device management was rated as a major concern of IT departments, according to an international survey report from services vendor Ipswitch on controlling IT complexity.

The customer is always right, as the saying goes. So, it would only make sense that New York-based IT service company Entre Computer Services announced that it will strategically offer its large enterprise-class cloud communication via “the customer’s way.” Priding itself on being a customer-first business phone provider, Entre has a few offerings worth noting.

Finally, Cloud Unified Communications and Collaboration provider Arkadin, an NTT Communications company, announced the addition of Cisco Spark and Cisco Cloud Connected Audio-Service Provider (CCA-SD) to its market solutions. It will deliver the services globally integrates with Arkadin's PSTN audio for a comprehensive meeting experience.

And there you have an entire week’s worth of Unified Communications, wrapped up in a nice little bow. Come back Monday for even more exciting news you will not want to miss!




Edited by Erik Linask




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