The power of unified communication

With the modern, global workplace being increasingly disconnected due to differences in time and location, the need for effective unified communications and collaboration is greater than ever*.

As companies rapidly contend with communication outreach both internally and externally, the need for a unified approach is more prominent than ever before. Creating better response times, stronger employee engagement to faster productivity, communication consolidation is on the rise for businesses across the globe.

From texting to emailing, conference calls to instant messaging, we regularly communicate through a variety of mediums but what happens when an app suddenly stops working, access is restricted due to locality or links have been shared incorrectly?

Broken communication can result in operational meltdown becoming a hinderance to business activity if not managed correctly. From video conferencing to intranets, content sharing to webinars, telephone calls to instant messages the need to sustain all forms of communication is paramount to daily activity.

Tech-savvy innovators Unifii, set to radically change how communication channels are used through their latest partnership with Fuze, Gartner’s Magic Quadrant named visionary leader. Bringing together the Fuze Platform, Unifii’s most recent offering gives companies the ability to consolidate and unify all channels onto a cloud-based platform and provide happy customer experiences from beginning to end.

Helping businesses communicate instantly and easily, without the daily restrictions of poor connectivity, distorted videos and archaic messaging systems, Fuze accelerates communication. Offering a unified voice, video, messaging and collaboration application this latest wave in digital innovation gives businesses a cloud-based platform where people can communicate anytime, anywhere, across any device.

Simplify technology through digital innovation on the cloud.

Source* The Definitive Guide to UCaaS

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