Outsourcery has signed an agreement with London Business School to provide integrated cloud communication solutions that will be used by all of its several thousand staff and students.
Outsourcery was selected following a competitive tender process and has now signed the final agreement following the solution design phase. The cloud-based solution will be one of the first in the UK to integrate Microsoft Lync 2013 with Office 365 for enterprise voice and conferencing enablement, allowing easy collaboration between staff, students and alumni. The solution will replace London Business School’s legacy PBX telephony systems and add rich unified communications, video and collaboration capabilities.
The solution will enable London Business School to better adopt digital technologies, attracting both students and staff, with a stronger communications technology offering.
Piers Linney, Outsourcery’s Co-CEO, said “The solution will enable London Business School to adopt the latest unified communications and messaging technologies fully integrated with Office 365. It will add real value to their learning environment and courses, creating a more attractive environment for staff and students.
“This high profile win and the innovative solution design for London Business School is further endorsement of Outsourcery’s market-leading capabilities.”
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