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ScanSource Takes On Wholesale Cloud Telephony By NFON

NFON UK has announce a partnership with ScanSource Communications. ScanSource Communications will offer the full NFON product portfolio, giving voice resellers a one-stop shop for Cloud PBX and PSTN termination. The products will initially launch in the UK, with expansion to other European territories planned for 2017.

Illuma Research indicates that currently 5% of the UK business telecoms market is Cloud-based and that the Cloud telephony segment is increasing by 30% year on year. The NFON Cloud Telephone System is trusted by thousands of businesses across Europe. The platform has been developed in-house and is maintained by a team of skilled specialists. It can be fully integrated with Skype for Business (NFON for Skype for Business), Microsoft Outlook and a number of CRM applications, and also boasts IM and presence functions.

Rami Houbby, Managing Director, NFON UK: “Our UK operation has grown massively last year and our channel program has been a strategic priority for the business. We are thrilled to have this partnership with ScanSource Communications – by adding our portfolio its voice reseller customers will have access to an end-to-end solution. NFON is the only cloud solution able to handle all sizes of enterprises across all industries.”

ScanSource is offering a special incentive for voice resellers in Q1 of 2017. Resellers can contact their ScanSource Communications sales rep for more information. Paul Emery, Vice President, ScanSource Communications, UK: “The cloud-based UC market continues to grow at a rapid pace. Our reseller partners are looking for a total solution to offer their end user that is not only feature-rich but also competitively priced and NFON fits that bill. What’s more, resellers are able to bill their end users on a monthly basis, ensuring our partners are staying ahead of the competition as the industry continues to move to an ‘as-a-service’ model.”

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David Dungay

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