World VoIP NewsFive years contract on VoIP and UC solutions from XO CommunicationsFive years contract on VoIP and UC solutions from XO Communications

Five years contract on VoIP and UC solutions from XO Communications


Five years contract on VoIP and UC solutions from XO Communications
Organization Susan G. Komen for the Cure, being a Breast cancer renown agency, has selected enterprise XO Communications as the telecommunications and networking services vendor and a five-year contract is signed already.
XO Communications takes the responsibility to ensure a fully managed unified communications and network solution in order to get Internet access, secure data networking bundles and services for Komen for the Cure's general premises and remote offices. The UC solution is built upon the Avaya IP Office platform and incorporates the managed IP-PBX and MPLS networking capabilities of XO iPBX and XO MPLS IP-VPN to initiate effective inner circled and external operational collaboration, efficiency and communications. In accordance with official press release, the XO solution will ensure Komen workers with the effective tools and operational benefits from improved productivity and workplace efficiency by means of multifaceted presence information across various means of communication, improved communications with features such as click to call, single number reach, anywhere access to communications, and integration with the company's desktop applications. "The solution provided by XO Communications provides a major step forward in the way Susan G. Komen for the Cure employees use technology to communicate," said David Dawson, vice president, information technology at Komen. "The ability to increase productivity, ensure seamless communication across our offices and lower costs is important as we strive to effectively interact and communicate life-saving messages to audiences both within and beyond our walls."


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