Managed service provider (MSP) Annodata is expanding its offering with cloud-based communications specialist Fuze, by providing a portfolio of cloud solutions, to support its continued drive into the unified communications market.
Fuze offers solutions that can unify business voice, text and conferencing services on a single cloud platform. Its enterprise-grade and resilient services ensure that businesses are able to communicate from wherever they are, from any device.
Annodata is already actively engaged with numerous enterprise customers to help them understand the variety of benefits that cloud adoption can bring in terms of security, business continuity and budget efficiency.
Rod Tonna-Barthet, Annodata’s CEO, said: “We have in recent years been working hard to ensure that we are able to deliver flexible, innovative and reliable communications services for our customers, and the solutions offered by Fuze fit the bill on all counts. They’ve got a very strong cloud service proposition, which means that we are able to offer something different to our increasingly mobile- and cloud-hungry customers.
“From a strategic perspective, Fuze brings a valuable advantage to the end user through a global platform that integrates voice, messaging and video, high security and reliability, as well as seamless integration with enterprise applications. Additionally, Fuze provides concrete benefits for the end user in terms of reduced total cost of ownership (TCO), reduced maintenance costs, and increased workforce mobility and productivity,” Tonna-Barthet concluded.
Luca Lazzaron, Senior Vice President International Operations at Fuze, added: “We have established a strong presence in the US since we first launched a decade ago and are growing rapidly across Europe, with offices in London, Paris, Amsterdam, Munich, Zurich, Geneva, Copenhagen and Stockholm. We’re becoming synonymous with cloud-based unified communications in the UK and to do that we need to have the right partners in place. Annodata is very quickly building up a presence in the unified communications space and has the capabilities in terms of its technology infrastructure and customer support functions to take our services to market.”
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