Vision Voice introduces UC platform to the UK

Vision Voice has introduced a cloud-based communications platform to the UK. This offers intuitive and affordable unified communications (UC) solutions. The company says its aim is to give UK businesses and partners a one-stop shop for all their IT and communications needs.

Vision Voice will be working closely with UK partners to make it simpler for them to enter the Unified Communications-as-a-service (UCaaS) market. Vision Voice has chosen Centile as its development partner, using the ISTRA cloud-based platform to offer converged fixed and mobile services.

ISTRA technology from Centile is the foundation for Vision Voice’s platform, GoYap. This supports a wide variety of services, such as PBX features, unified messaging, multi-level auto attendant, voicemail to email, call management, groups management, IVRs, ACDs, audio and video conferencing and collaboration. Through its integral FMC features, ISTRA also gives telecom service providers Call Line Identity (CL) for both fixed and mobile outgoing calls. In addition, it provides convergence voicemail, mobile phone status, convergent calls history, self-care for both fixed and mobile lines, and voice call continuity.

Frank Pratt, sales director at Vision Voice, explained, “Our aim is to deliver the same great and consistent user experience, regardless of location: office, home, or elsewhere. GoYap is far more cost-effective compared to conventional phone systems, which is why we have seen an exponential growth since March, whilst helping UK businesses save money.”

The cloud-based communications platform by Vision Voice is accessible from any device, with advanced flexibility to fit around the way each organisation works. Vision Voice builds on the experience of parent company Broadgate Voice and Data with GoYap, Broadgate’s cloud-based go-to-market platform. Vision Voice offers comprehensive user, collaboration and administration features, including full work from home capability and security solutions with unrivalled customer support through its network of field based employed engineers.

Bertrand Pourcelot, managing director at Centile Telecom Applications, added, “We are delighted to be working with this visionary new name in the UK market. Vision Voice’s founders have an excellent track record in unified communications, and the team is very much field-driven. Working with resellers, Vision Voice is ideally positioned to help business users benefit from the latest advances in unified communications and fixed mobile convergence.”

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Charlotte Hathway

Charlotte is the editor of Comms Business and writes content to inform and educate the Channel about the latest technology and business developments from across the industry. Prior to her current role, she wrote for other MA Business titles New Electronics, Land Mobile and Critical Communications Today. Before moving into journalism, she spent five years working in public relations and has worked with various technology companies spanning telecommunications, cyber security and software development.

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