Nimans is now distributing a new ‘enterprise grade’ UC platform from Unify which empowers business growth for up to 2,000 users.
The OpenScape Enterprise Express solution combines enterprise-level features with resiliency and scalability as part of a pre-integrated platform that reduces cost and complexity for resellers and their customers.
“OpenScape Enterprise Express makes it easy for growing businesses to step up to enterprise-level communications without the costs and complexity of deploying and maintaining individual VoIP, HD Video and Unified Comms applications,” says Marcus Yates, Nimans’ Solutions Business Manager for Unify. “It’s enterprise communications made simple.”
Designed for growing businesses from 200 users Unify’s new package is an all-in-one platform that retains the architectural muscle and capabilities of its acclaimed OpenScape Enterprise portfolio. Voice, mobility, UC and contact centre applications are pre-integrated with user and device management as part of a virtualised software package on a single server. Fewer technical accreditations are needed, making it easier to deploy and embrace.
Marcus added: “Simplified implementation and integration is a good start. But growing pains often hit IT departments the hardest. If your customer’s mid-sized business is still using small business communication tools, it’s time to re-evaluate their options.
“There’s no need to install and manage a complicated application stack. Unify has done all the hard work by pre-integrating and packaging enterprise functionality in a simple and affordable solution. It’s a significant step forward and a great entry point for resellers not currently selling into the mid-market.”
Nimans is hosting Unify OpenScape Business sales training on April 20th where delegates will earn official sales certification. Dedicated Openscape Enterprise Express training will follow.
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