Frost & Sullivan Honors Fusion
Market leadership in the highly competitive and quite crowded cloud services space is no small feat. Those reaping the rewards of the digital era are cloud providers creating comprehensive, complete portfolios capable of delivering one-stop cloud shopping experience.
Frost & Sullivan honored Fusion with a 2018 North American Hosted IP Telephony and UCaaS Growth Excellence Leadership Award. Riding the momentum of acquisition and innovation, Fusion is finding a way to separate from the pack in delivering cloud communications.
"Early on, Fusion's visionary management team recognized an existing market gap caused by the lack of providers with comprehensive cloud services solutions," said Elka Popova, Frost & Sullivan Vice President and Senior Fellow, Connected Work and Digital Transformation. "Today, the company stands tall as one of the leading cloud services providers in the U.S., with robust capabilities comprising an integrated cloud services platform, highly experienced team, large network footprint, and a sizable customer base."
Frost & Sullivan considers three key criteria for this award: meeting customer demand, finding a sustainable, unique niche and incubating brand loyalty. Any company with experience working with Fusion knows that the technology is exceptional but the team is outstanding, taking great pride in customer service and over-delivering on those expectations.
"We are honored to receive this prestigious award from Frost & Sullivan," said Matthew Rosen, Fusion's Chairman and CEO. "We are pleased to be recognized for our vision, innovation and the success of our growth strategy. Our scale, along with the many advantages that we bring to customers, support our strong competitive positioning. We see many exciting opportunities ahead and will continue to keep Fusion ahead of the curve in the marketplace."
Fusion is focused on continued growth through innovation and acquisition, as this foundation has cemented the cloud service provider as a leader in the space.
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Edited by Maurice Nagle