Fusion360 Named INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year
Over the past few years the enterprise has begun to not just adopt cloud solutions, but in the not too distant future cloud solutions could very well be the norm. This is no passing fad; the cloud is here to stay. And now, industry-leading cloud service provider Fusion has received a healthy pat on the back for its Fusion360 integrated cloud communications solution; a 2016 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award.
"We are delighted to be recognized by TMC, an outstanding thought leader in the communications industry, for innovation in developing a powerful cloud communications solution that helps advance our customers' success," said Russell P. Markman, Fusion's President of Business Services.
The award-winning Fusion 360 provides an innovative cloud-based telephony solution, and addresses the growing demands of the enterprise. One demand in particular is mobility, with Fusion360’s mobility option: MobileConnect. MobileConnect is device-agnostic, and ensures that communications carry on regardless of endpoint—i.e. mobile or desktop. The UCaaS solution provides a firm with voice and video calling, mobility, desktop sharing and presence, as well as group and instant messaging.
"Fusion360 was designed to help businesses do more as they save more, with communications solutions that combine the benefits of the cloud with a robust, diverse and secure nationwide network, supporting quality of service guarantees as we connect employees, offices and mobile users," Markman noted.
Innovation in UCaaS and cloud services is in demand; firms seek the flexibility, cost savings and seamless functionality. Whether your business is a five-man crew working out of your garage or an enterprise with thousands of team members, leveraging what the cloud has to offer is certainly in your best interest. And firms like Fusion find themselves on the forefront of this innovation. Only time will tell what we can expect next from the UCaaS provider. Just know to stay tuned; it will be good.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson