UC3 News — 17 July 2017
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Unify Launches OpenScape Cloud by Robbie Pleasant

Unify has introduced a new offering, designed to provide cloud-based communication and collaboration to a digital workspace. This new offering, OpenScape Cloud, is a flexible, personalized solution, made to enable effective collaboration and increase productivity by combining enterprise-grade voice with collaboration tools.

Businesses continue to search for cloud-based solutions that offer flexibility, customization, and cost savings, and Unify believes its OpenScape Cloud can address those needs. It is available on public or private clouds, based on the customer’s request, in order to provide voice and collaboration features through the flexible deployment options that CIOs tend to look for.

OpenScape Cloud combines two of Unify’s top solutions – Circuit, its team collaboration platform, and OpenScape Voice, which offers enterprise-grade voice communication. By integrating the two, OpenScape Cloud can enable businesses to advance in their digital journey through a high-quality user experience with voice and immersive collaboration. Being cloud-based, the service can be accessed from a single app on any device, with flexible deployment options, and can be scaled to the needs of the company.

According to Blair Pleasant, co-founder of UCStrategies, “Many of us were anxiously waiting for Unify to announce this new service, and bring together its two key offerings in one service. Unify was a leader in team collaboration, as it was the first UCC vendor to introduce this type of solution when it announced Circuit. While it took longer than some of us expected, it was just a matter of time before Unify integrated OpenScape Voice with Circuit to provide a more complete cloud voice and collaboration solution.”

Unify’s OpenScape Cloud is available now through Unify’s partner network in select countries. It will be available in more countries in the coming months.

For more information, visit www.unify.com.


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