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Unified Communications Week in Review: NetSapiens, Avotus, Vonage & Fusion

January 14, 2017

Welcome back to the week in review, where we take a look at all the top stories making headlines in Unified Communications this week.

The week started off with an inside look into unified communications and VoIP from NetSapiens. NetSapiens is a provider of advanced VoIP and unified communications technology, and its goal is to create and deliver “the communication applications of the future,” according to its site. It will also be exhibiting at ITEXPO in February so, to prepare for the event, TMC caught up with Ken Adams, director of solutions marketing, to discuss where the company is now and what it hopes to accomplish in the future. Find the interview HERE.

On the same note, TMC also caught up with Avotus CEO James Martino to discuss his company’s participation at ITEXPO. In this interview, Martino focused on digital transformation, what’s new with the company, and its expectations for ITEXPO. You can find all of Martino’s insights HERE.

Another company making headlines this week is Vonage. TMC’s Andrew Bindelglass writes, “Frost and Sullivan last week completed its annual review of the cloud communications market, and awarded Vonage with the 2016 North America Award for Product Line Strategy Leadership. The company cited Vonage’s recent efforts to expand and diversify its cloud based communications offerings to better suit a wide range of clients.” Vonage’s growth in the cloud communications market really is impressive. You can find everything you need to know about its solutions and award HERE.

Finally, to round out the week, Fusion announced some exciting news regarding its solutions. A major Northeast teaching hospital and medical center has signed a three year, $640,000 contract with Fusion to upgrade the healthcare institution’s unified communications (UC) infrastructure. The institution hopes that this pairing will provide it with secure, high quality UC cloud solutions that will effectively reduce costs and ensure business continuity. You can continue reading about this exciting new opportunity HERE.

That’s all for this week. Come back next week to read all the latest news in the Unified Communications space.

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