Unify and WSI partner up for business-grade unified communication solutions

Communications software and services company Unify has tapped Wordtext Systems, Inc. (WSI) as the carrier of its enterprise-oriented unified communications solutions from Germany.

Specifically, WSI will be distributing and supporting OpenScape Business, a voice and unified communications solution that allows employees of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to connect with each other whenever, wherever to boost productivity and customer service while minimizing running costs.

Jeffrey Garay, WSI product manager for Unify UC solutions, said OpenScape Business “brings together multiple networks, devices, and application into one easy-to-use platform that allows companies to engage collective efforts, energize business, and enhance operational performance.”

Garay added, “You can access your email, voice mail, and fax on any device. You can do instant messaging or chat, conduct your own audio video web conferences, and do web collaboration with presentation/file sharing and white boarding. From voice applications to multimedia contact center solutions on premise-based, public cloud, private cloud, stand-alone, or multi-sites, this solution is flexible for any kind of infrastructure.”

Using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), companies will be able to save up to 90-percent in conferencing costs and up to 30-percent voice calls cost through OpenScape Business. Not only does it feature an intuitive and web-based management tool, it also seamlessly integrates into networks no matter the existing infrastructure. “There is no need to rip and replace your existing infrastructure because OpenScape Business works on top of this, and the solution can grow as your business grows,” Garay confirmed.

WSI president Juan Chua added “WSI is eager to bring Unify’s OpenScape Business solution to Philippine companies searching for innovative ways to cut communication costs and achieve seamless workforce mobility.”

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Unify managing director for the ASEAN Daniel Mountstephen.

Meanwhile, Daniel Mountstephen, Unify managing director for the ASEAN, affirms this, saying “We see a lot of potential for our solution to take off in the Philippines, and our partnership with WSI simplifies the deployment and delivery of cost-saving enterprise voice and UC across enterprises.”

Pictured above: WSI president Juan Chua (fourth from left) and Unify managing director for the ASEAN Daniel Mountstephen (fourth from right) make the partnership official.

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