Arkadin Leads Growth in UC Market for 2013
Arkadin, one of the largest and fastest growing collaboration service providers in the world, recently won the 2013 North America Frost & Sullivan Award for Growth Leadership. Over the past three years, the company has shown growth and achieved a compound annual growth rate of nearly 40 percent, which is touted as the highest in the market.
This impressive development has placed Arkadin in a position of power in the global conferencing and unified communications and collaboration market.
Arkadin provided a complete suite of conferencing, collaboration and UC solutions including audio conferencing services from reservationless 24/7 audio conferencing services to high-profile, attended conferencing events.
The conferencing services are deployed on a pay-as-you-go basis or via subscription packages with a flat fee per month, so businesses can budget their audio conferencing expenses in advance.
Even for large enterprises, conferencing services can include tailored features like account management, support and reporting.
"Arkadin's strong commitment to customer-centric innovation and service is a major factor in its success," said Frost & Sullivan Senior Industry Analyst Alaa Saayed. "Their advanced conferencing features are an impressive response to the trends impacting the industry, including enterprise mobility, the consumerization of IT, and PC and VoIP communications. This innovation, coupled with their trademark local service philosophy, positions them well for continued long-term leadership."
Tomorrow, Dec. 12 at 2 p.m. ET, Arakdin’s senior product marketing manager, Dave Dolin and Zach Katsof, North America business manager, Web & UC Products will discuss, “Benefits of Implementing a Unified Communications Strategy,” during a live webcast.
The event will help organizations planning a UC deployment in 2014 and include information on ways to build a successful UC strategy, identifying business value and how Arkadin’s UC services and team can help.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi