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FluidOne Brings Unified Communications Solutions to Market

Partners with leading UC providers to offer the latest Cisco and Polycom technologies to the SMB marketplace

Leading telecommunications provider FluidOne today announced that they have added a suite of Unified Communications (UC) solutions to its Data Delivery Network.

Partnering with leading UC providers, FluidOne can offer the latest Cisco and BroadCloud technologies to the Small Medium Business market place, delivering the same high quality voice and video services typically only found in public sector or large enterprises.

FluidOne UCLeveraging the strength of its fully resilient carrier-grade network and best-in-class infrastructure, FluidOne can offer leading Service Level Guarantees and solution reliability.

Allowing businesses to work seamlessly and collaboratively, FluidOne UC empowers employees to securely use the most appropriate form of communication on any device, for any given situation. Delivering savings to businesses through the removal of a legacy telephone system, voice connectivity, maintenance and software updates, while at the same time providing business continuity in the event of downtime.

FluidOne will provide dedicated support, offering award-winning service and ensuring faster delivery times.

Piers Daniell, Chief Executive at FluidOne, said: “Our Unified Communications solutions empower employees and save businesses money through the removal of legacy phones systems and drives productivity. Not only will customers have access to the best Unified Communications platform available, it will be managed and maintained by FluidOne, eliminating the need for several account managers or several call centres.”

“Supported by our 24 hours, seven days a week technical team, our solution offers full control, management and integration across several devices. Combine our UC with our data and voice solutions, and businesses can experience significant savings, greater performance and a fully managed communications suite – all from one network”.

 

 

 

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