Provider CPS and communications technology specialist Freedom Communications have joined forces in a new strategic partnership to supply and integrate the latest Microsoft technologies.
With a combined experience of nearly 50 years, Freedom and CPS have long been supporting customers to benefit from technologies transforming how businesses operate. The companies have 10 Microsoft competencies between them.
With Skype for Business’s audio and video and conferencing features, E5 will bring PSTN services to Office 365 users.
In short, E5 will enable companies to adopt the suite of Skype for Business’s communication and collaboration features, ranging from presence management and audio calls through to video conferences and desktop sharing, all from Microsoft’s cloud.
“We are genuinely excited about this new partnership. There are plenty of synergies between the two businesses, but perhaps more importantly, we complement each other to bring an enhanced partnership solution with a more streamlined and effective integration. We are looking forward to working with Freedom and seeing how the partnership progresses.”
Ivan Lloyd, CEO and Founder CPS
“We are delighted to announce the strategic partnership between Freedom and CPS. As two of the leading Microsoft communication and collaboration providers, we’ve created a unique partnership with complementary propositions and skillsets. This partnership ensures our customers are enabled to not just adopt, but gain real value from Microsoft’s leading productivity tools.”
Max Meiklejohn, Marketing Director Freedom Communications
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