Jabra today announced it has been selected as a finalist for the Microsoft Communication Partner Award.
“Being recognised by Microsoft as a finalist for the Communication Partner Award is an important milestone for Jabra,” said Andrew Doyle, Managing Director, Jabra Business Solutions, UK & Ireland. “It confirms our business model and proves that our efforts of aligning closely with our strategic alliance partners now positions Jabra at the forefront of voice enabling in virtual collaboration.”
The ability to communicate across hands-free devices is becoming increasingly important as the lines between work and play continue to blur. Jabra specialises in innovative communication solutions, whether you are in the office, in the car, or at home.
“Jabra believes that technology should empower people to do their best. Technology should adapt to people, not vice versa,” Andrew concludes.
“We are pleased to recognise our 2013 Partner Award finalists for their dedication in solving today’s most vital technology challenges facing our mutual customers,” said Jon Roskill, Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Partner Group, Microsoft Corp. “Their unwavering commitment to quality and innovative solutions earns their place among our best Microsoft partners. Congratulations to this year’s finalists. We are excited to see the exceptional work you’ll deliver in the year ahead!”
Awards were presented in 44 categories, with winners chosen from more than 3,000 entrants and from 106 different countries worldwide. The Communications Partner of the Year Award recognises partners with a proven expertise in Microsoft Lync™.
Jabra has demonstrated in this past year a strong commitment to the UC space with several new UC-optimised headsets and speakerphones and has had a significant impact on the increased adoption of Unified Communications and how people communicate and collaborate.
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