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CaaS Week in Review

February 15, 2014

It’s been a busy week in CaaS, let’s take a look at some of the top stories from the past seven days as we settle into the weekend.

Cloud billing and provisioning management solution provider BlueOSS has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer. The company announced that Tim Cook, a telecom veteran who has worked extensively to develop the company’s cloud operations, has assumed the role of CEO.

Cook was a co-founder of BlueOSS and has led the company’s operations as well as being instrumental in the design and development of its Cloud Innovation Suite (CIS) and services portfolio. He will now oversee strategy and vision for the firm; spearhead revenues from sales, marketing and product management; and develop and execute BlueOSS software-as-a-service (SaaS (News - Alert)) sales and marketing strategies.

Integra signed an agreement with the Agent Alliance and is now working with the Alliance's network of industry key influencers and leaders. Agent Alliance is an industry consortium of telecom and IT companies with a focus on cloud services and Integra provides fiber-based, carrier-grade networking, communications and technology solutions.

BroadSoft (News - Alert) announced that its BroadWorks platform has been chosen by Princeton Hosted Solutions to support their hosted Unified Communications (News - Alert) (UC) services. Powered by BroadWorks Platform, the UC services will provide extended hosted communications services including, unified messaging, enhanced voicemail, voicemail-to-email and meet-me conferencing. Princeton caters to the SMB and large enterprise market segments, specifically, five diverse markets which include auto dealers, legal, financial, medical and local government. BroadSoft is a leading communications software and services provider.

Governments throughout the world, from the municipal to the federal level, are increasingly adopting cloud computing solutions for their cost savings, convenience and scalability. Recently, the State of Texas Department of Information Services (DIR) awarded a cloud services contract to DLT Solutions, a value-added reseller in government information technology software and services. The new contract allows Texas-based customers to buy the latest IT products and services at a reasonable price.

That’s all the news for this week in CaaS, check back for more great content in the week ahead!

It’s been a busy week in CaaS, let’s take a look at some of the top stories from the past seven days as we settle into the weekend.

Cloud billing and provisioning management solution provider BlueOSS has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer. The company announced that Tim Cook, a telecom veteran who has worked extensively to develop the company’s cloud operations, has assumed the role of CEO.

Cook was a co-founder of BlueOSS and has led the company’s operations as well as being instrumental in the design and development of its Cloud Innovation Suite (CIS) and services portfolio. He will now oversee strategy and vision for the firm; spearhead revenues from sales, marketing and product management; and develop and execute BlueOSS software-as-a-service (SaaS) sales and marketing strategies.

Integra signed an agreement with the Agent Alliance and is now working with the Alliance's network of industry key influencers and leaders. Agent Alliance is an industry consortium of telecom and IT companies with a focus on cloud services and Integra provides fiber-based, carrier-grade networking, communications and technology solutions.

BroadSoft announced that its BroadWorks platform has been chosen by Princeton Hosted Solutions to support their hosted Unified Communications (UC) services. Powered by BroadWorks Platform, the UC services will provide extended hosted communications services including, unified messaging, enhanced voicemail, voicemail-to-email and meet-me conferencing. Princeton caters to the SMB and large enterprise market segments, specifically, five diverse markets which include auto dealers, legal, financial, medical and local government. BroadSoft is a leading communications software and services provider.

Governments throughout the world, from the municipal to the federal level, are increasingly adopting cloud computing solutions for their cost savings, convenience and scalability. Recently, the State of Texas Department of Information Services (DIR) awarded a cloud services contract to DLT Solutions, a value-added reseller in government information technology software and services. The new contract allows Texas-based customers to buy the latest IT products and services at a reasonable price.

That’s all the news for this week in CaaS, check back for more great content in the week ahead!



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