SIPCOM has announced their new cloud-based video conferencing service, MeetingSpace. Targeted at mid-market and enterprise, the service, commencing first trials next month, will be launched in early 2017.
The announcement comes after a year of investment for SIPCOM, which saw the company focus on the Microsoft Cloud Service Provider programme; invest in an Odin service automation platform for Office 365; expand its direct sales team and recruit new reseller partners.
Daniel Allen, founder and CEO, SIPCOM comments: “2017 is a very exciting year for us with our strategic focus on service development. Our first launch early in the New Year will be a new managed video conferencing solution, MeetingSpace. This comes on the back of 2016, which has been a year of investment for the company, with a real focus on research and development and driving value for our client base.
“We’ve added a substantial number of new customers to the Microsoft Cloud Service Provider programme this year, both directly and through our channel. We’ve benefited from faster time to revenue through the deployment of a cloud commerce platform, which automates the delivery of Office 365. And our partner recruitment drive has also been very successful with some great new resellers already on board and more following in the next couple of months.“
John Taylor, director, Rigby Group says: “The demand for cloud based collaboration technologies continues to accelerate and SIPCOM is capitalising on this with a particular focus on mid market. Following our investment in SIPCOM in 2015 we are delighted with the results thus far and its plans for 2017 have the company on track to nearly double its subscription base through cross-sell of new services as well as new client acquisition.”
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