Outsourcery takes UC on the road for resellers

The unified communications (UC) market is going to reach £960 million in 2010 according to a new study released by The Radicati Group. The report highlights the importance of resellers fully understanding the opportunities and the business benefits UC can offer in order to stay ahead of their competition and the increasing demands from customers for this innovative technology. Outsourcery, the UK provider of mobile centric UC and hosted IT solutions, is holding a series of roadshows in October to demonstrate the benefits of the technology.

The roadshows will be held on: Wednesday 13th October – 9.30am at Mere Golf & Country Club, Knutsford, Cheshire, Tuesday 26th October – 9.30am at Holborn Bars, London, Wednesday 27th October – 9.30am at Madjeski Stadium, Reading.

The UC Channel Roadshows are being held in association with BlackBerry makers RIM, and will offer resellers the opportunity to find out more about UC and see the technology in action with real-world scenarios in a series of live product demonstrations. With breakout workshops throughout the day, resellers also will have a chance to discuss the solutions with product specialists and discover the features and benefits which will be of greatest interest to end-users.

Adam Cathcart, Head of Partner Management at Outsourcery, said “The UC Channel Roadshows will demonstrate to partners how unified comms integrates with existing technologies and software to form a solid, competitive solution that will provide them with a healthy commission, and give their customers a competitive edge.”

As Microsoft’s Hosting Solutions Partner of the Year, Outsourcery is at the forefront of provisioning Microsoft’s hosted services to Partners. Microsoft will also be presenting and will explain how UC is transforming the world of business communications through the impact of information held in the Cloud. In addition, BlackBerry who are the sole sponsors of the roadshows, will explain how UC can be deployed on a mobile device to create an integrated communications setup.

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