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On demand unified communications

March 12, 2012
2012-03-122015-04-27en
Business Together as a Service delivers, through a single presence-enabled client: telephony, instant messaging, presence, video, desktop and mobile integration, audio and web conference, and contact center in a secure and scalable way. Through an easy-to-use portal, your company can select...
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Business Together as a Service delivers, through a single presence-enabled client: telephony, instant messaging, presence, video, desktop and mobile integration, audio and web conference, and contact center in a secure and scalable way. Through an easy-to-use portal, your company can select from six pre-set profiles so you can tailor to different usage needs: from simple telephony to a complete package providing a full unified collaboration end user experience at their office and through their mobile. You get the flexibility to adjust the number of end users subscribed up or down quickly and easily to fit your business needs. This level of agility and flexibility allows to quickly open new offices, integrate a newly-acquired company or react quickly and effectively to changing business needs.
 

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Unified communication (UC) can help you improve collaboration throughout your organization. It combines multiple channels of communications, such as voice, IM and conferencing in a single user interface. A UC system improves productivity, reduces costs and accelerates time to market.