Fuze has announced it has deepened relationships with hardware providers Logitech, Plantronics, Jabra, Polycom, and Yealink, to enhance its ecosystem and ensure a unified, personalized communications experience for its enterprise users.
Today’s digital workforce demands more consumer-like experiences when it comes to workplace conversations. According to a recent Fuze survey of more than 1,000 U.S. workers, 73 percent believe workplace technology needs to catch up to match what they use in their daily lives as consumers. Device partners play a critical role in this by equipping employees with the tools they need to have the best individual experience across the Fuze platform.
“As the future of work continues to shift towards something employees do, rather than a place they go, the tools that power communications are critical in enabling productivity and efficiency,” said Derek Yoo, Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer, Fuze. “By expanding our relationships with leading innovators in the communications hardware market, Fuze is enhancing the user experience and enabling individuals to personalize the platform to match their communications style and preferences––regardless of how or where they work.”
As part of this partnership expansion, Fuze is working closely with Logitech, Plantronics, and Jabra to optimize the unified, end-to-end Fuze App experience, giving users direct control and enhanced quality from any one of the Fuze certified devices delivered from these technology partners.
Fuze is continuing to reinvent the voice parts of its service to match the rapidly evolving needs of workers, including collaborations with Polycom and Yealink, on ways to enhance the deskphone experience.
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