Votacall Given Unified Communications Product of the Year Award
March 09, 2015
In the Unified Communications (News - Alert) (UC) world, companies and customers are always looking for the next big thing. One company that is indeed offering the next big thing in the UC field is Votacall. Votacall just announced it has received the 2015 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award for its Hosted PBX (News - Alert) with UCaas.
Hosted PBX is one of those solutions that many companies in the UC field are working hard to perfect. While voice communications is still key, features like instant messaging, integration with Microsoft Outlook and document and desktop sharing are all things people are looking to get with the very best PBX platforms. The Votacall UCaaS is a cloud based product along these lines that is geared towards simplifying and streamlining communications through its native applications.
One of the reasons TMC (News - Alert) is awarding Votacall’s solution as one of the best of the year is because the solution is able to work alongside Office 365. This integration comes along with Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync. Enterprises large and small are going to be able to use the platform for Microsoft applications and voice.
"Microsoft has brought powerful collaboration and productivity tools typically reserved for the larger enterprise down to the SMB Market with their Office 365 offer,” Andy DeAngelis, Chief Operating Officer, Votacall said in a recent release announcing the award. “It is our mission to spot the trend early and design a solution that creates value through integration and in doing so, provides absolute investment protection to our valued client base. The Votacall Unified Communications product suite accomplishes this mission and to be recognized for our ability to integrate our Hosted VoIP Solution with Microsoft Lync is undeniable proof of this."
Rich Tehrani (News - Alert), the CEO of TMC said that the judges who awarded Votacall were very impressed with not only the excellence, but also the ingenuity shown by Votacall.
Edited by Dominick Sorrentino