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Frontier UCaaS Facilitates Mobile-First Approach


July 13, 2018

Cloud communications are enabling a more flexible, seamless, mobile experience to unified communications. Collaboration is critical in businesses of all shapes and sizes, so it’s important to support the digital age.

This week, Frontier Communications announced Frontier AnyWare UCaaS. The solution is powered by Frontier’s redundant data centers promising high availability, business continuity and  deployment flexibility.

Ken Arndt, Executive Vice President of Commercial Sales for Frontier explained, "Frontier AnyWare lets customers manage their business with a flexible, scalable, mobile, and affordable collaboration solution powered by Frontier's Cloud. With Frontier AnyWare's mobile app, businesses can focus on their customers without managing a complex communications infrastructure," Arndt said.

In deploying the platform, organizations are embracing a mobile-first approach with interoperability across Android, iOS as well as PC and Mac applications. With a pocket-friendly,  monthly subscription-based model, businesses can better predict cost, and leased equipment and phones allow firms to consistently update and stay cutting edge with IP endpoints.

"Frontier AnyWare makes the transition to cloud-based communications customizable, cost-effective, and is ideal for a growing business. It operates on any broadband and data network; and when combined with Frontier Ethernet and high-speed solutions, the benefits are greater. We've optimized the solution to eliminate the upfront cost of investing in and maintaining on-premises PBX systems," added Arndt.

This enterprise-grade UCaaS tool is designed to deliver a next generation communications experience. The cloud is no passing fad, and UCaaS is gaining ground in a big way.

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Edited by Maurice Nagle




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