World VoIP NewsShoreTel declares Anti-Complexity Movement of VoIP telephony ShoreTel declares Anti-Complexity Movement of VoIP telephony

ShoreTel declares Anti-Complexity Movement of VoIP telephony


ShoreTel declares Anti-Complexity Movement of VoIP telephony
ShoreTel® , the prominent provider of quality and convenient for use VoIP telephony handsets and phone systems configuraed in frames of Unified Communications (UC) concept, has announced so called ‘’Anti Complexity Movement”, aimed to eliminate and relieve unnecessary, resource consuming and expensive complexity in the VoIP Telephony industry. ShoreTel could boast some acquisitions in these matters, by having successfully implemented the ‘’simplicity’’ as the fundamental cornerstone of its approach to technology for about fifteen years, associated with company’s growing market share and industry, when customers recognition that “complexity costs money” understanding is shaping more evidently.
ShoreTel is about to condemn the widespread VoIP telephony vendors practice of puzzling together solutions from different proprietary technologies, due to these inorganically jointed solutions are finalized by costing customers more in the long run in the combined high costs for maintenance, upgrades, support and training. Instead of simplifying their hardware and software solutions, these vendors seem to be fully embedded in complexity because it covers up their stable position and provides some guarantee for a continuous revenue flaw by making it harder for customers to break out from vendor’s confinement.

Attitude of the ShoreTel always was to design complexity out of its system from the very initial phases of associated projects. ShoreTel engineered a solution from the ground up that was optimized for VoIP-based communication and collaboration, and includes easy-to-use management and end-user features that fully integrate voice, video, data, and mobile communication. As a result of ShoreTel’s efforts to eliminate complexity and thereby reduce costs, ShoreTel is able to offer a one-of-its kind lowest total cost of ownership guarantee.

For example, in a recent whitepaper ‘’IT complexity: danger or opportunity”, author Roger Sessions indicates annual U.S. loses of $1.3 trillion dollars due to IT provisional failures, making it almost 9 percent of country’s GDP. As per researcher, this leakage is almost certainly fostered by IT complexity.


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