Gamma is excited to announce the launch of their unified communications solution, Horizon Collaborate, providing businesses with an easy-to-use and reliable collaborative experience across multiple devices and sites.
Building on their success by fully integrating with the award-winning Horizon hosted PBX service, Horizon Collaborate provides the channel with an integrated upsell option for their existing Horizon customers and a differentiated proposition when competing for new business, that allows the partner to target businesses of all sizes. Packaged simply and delivered quickly through the Gamma Portal to provide a complete service wrap that encompasses all elements of the onboarding and support processes in Gamma’s easy to do business with ethos.
The solution offers services such as instant messaging and presence, voice, video, desktop and application sharing, and document sharing. Driven through a set of end user applications for Windows, MAC, Android and iOS, it enables users to access business communications and collaboration services from their favourite devices – wherever they are.
Mark Senior, Product Manager – Unified Communications & Collaboration at Gamma comments: “We know that communication has always been essential to the success of any business. More and more customers are on the lookout for communication technology that is agile and flexible to their needs. As a channel partner, you now have the ability to provide the technology to effectively connect people, applications, clouds and networks, that could transform your customers businesses, enabling them to quickly and efficiently share information. Because Horizon Collaborate is built within the core Horizon service, it provides a fantastic opportunity for partners to increase their margin per user.”
Patrick Lincoln, Founder & Director at Solution IP comments:
“The Solution IP team are very excited about the launch of Horizon Collaborate. Having been involved in the early release phase, we have seen first-hand the benefits it can provide to our customer base. Customers’ requirements for UCaaS keep evolving and the demand continues. We see this an excellent opportunity to not only upsell into our existing Horizon base, but to go after new business in different verticals and market sizes that previously might not have been possible.”
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