Cloud Communications Feature
8x8, Walsh Vision Team to Offer Mobile VoIP and Cloud UC Services
Provider of business communications and cloud computing solutions 8x8 (News - Alert) has partnered with Walsh Vision, to offer mobile voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) and cloud Unified Communications (News - Alert) (UC) services as part of its Mobile Office solution for business customers.
Walsh Vision has built an outstanding reputation for innovation, reliability and customer support, according to Bryan Martin (News - Alert), chairman and CEO at 8x8, adding that it is working closely with 8x8 to deploy its IP voice, video, mobile and data services over expanding wireless broadband and cellular networks.
A wireless business solutions provider and an exclusive Sprint (News - Alert) partner, Walsh Vision offers a comprehensive set of fully integrated communications product offerings, including wireless data, multimedia and mobility solutions and advanced support services. The company serves corporate enterprise, general business, and public safety customers.
“As a long standing business partner of Sprint, we look forward to helping existing and prospective Sprint business customers achieve greater levels of productivity and efficiency with 8x8's powerful and innovative unified communications services,” Chick Walsh, chief strategy officer at Walsh Vision.
The company believes that its partnership with 8x8 will help enhance its portfolio with 8x8’s cloud-based communications solutions such as 8x8 Virtual Office VoIP business phone service and 8x8 Virtual Office Pro web-based unified communications solution.
“With accelerating demand for integrated mobile technologies that support dispersed workforces, the addition of 8x8's mobile VoIP and cloud communications offerings couldn't be more timely,” Walsh said.
8x8 is considered as pioneer in the development of cloud-based VoIP, video, mobile, and unified communications solutions. It leverages its patented software technologies to deliver SaaS (News - Alert) applications to businesses of any size with employees in any location.
Earlier this year in April, the company announced the offering of an easy-to-use cloud-based video conferencing services to small and medium businesses (SMBs).
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Edited by Carrie Schmelkin