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Fonality Finds Partner in Ingram Micro

April 13, 2016

By Maurice Nagle, Web Editor

Cloud communications have stormed on the scene, from SMB to enterprise, the adoption is growing and the benefits are plenty. When it comes to making a first impression with customers, one’s business phone system is the first opportunity to impress.  




This week, Ingram Micro announced a partnership with communications provider Fonality resulting in the availability of Fonality cloud data business phone systems to Ingram Micro resellers in Asia, North America and Europe via the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace.

 "Companies want to focus on what they do best, not installing and managing complex systems. Few things are more complex and critical to a business than telecommunications," said Nimesh Dave, executive vice president, global cloud computing, Ingram Micro Cloud. "Ingram's cloud portfolio and Fonality's expertise gives our channel partners a solution to quickly sell and deploy modern phone systems that meet their customers' needs."

The cloud is no passing fad, and with each day the industry bears witness to growing adoption. Firms near and far are seeking to move away from legacy solutions, choosing cloud business phone systems for their features, cost savings as well as minimal management and physical footprint. IT departments enjoy the pleasure of not having to worry about the management of their phone system, while being able to provide improved functions that include call center applications, file sharing, video collaboration, screen sharing, presence and more.

"Ingram Micro has done a phenomenal job providing its channel partners a place to access best-of-breed vendors," added David Beagle, vice president of channel development for Fonality. "Fonality offers something above and beyond your standard UC and UCaaS providers. We look forward to sharing those benefits with Ingram Micro partners so they can grow their businesses."

Fonality provides flexibility, as firms can deploy entirely in the cloud as well as “Hybrid-Hosted” on premises. The bigger question is not on-premises, it’s when are you migrating to the cloud?




Edited by Stefania Viscusi

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