FVC, a value added distributor in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) has formed a partnership with Esna Technologies (News - Alert) (Esnatech), a provider of cloud-based unified communications including virtual PBX solutions in order to deliver cloud-based unified communications to enterprises across MENA.
Under the terms of the partnership, FVC will offer Esnatech's award-winning Office-LinX unified communications software as part of its solutions portfolio. Office-LinX enables customers to connect any voice and PBX system with cloud-based applications such as Microsoft 365, Google Apps and VMware Zimbra (News - Alert). Esna Technologies recently released version 8.1 of Office-LinX.
"This agreement with Esnatech is an exciting new addition to our portfolio and fits in with our commitment to bring emerging technologies to the region,” said K.S. Parag, managing director at FVC, in a statement. “For a region as diverse as this is, cloud-based unified communications makes good business sense for a fragmented and mobile workforce, ensuring effective and productive communications."
Global enterprises rely on cloud solutions such as virtual PBXs to help boost worker productivity. This cloud strategy not only increases efficiency, but also helps move critical applications and functions into both public and private clouds. Unified communications is an integral component of driving business productivity and delivering bottom-line value to the enterprise.
Office-LinX is interoperable with both traditional and virtual PBX systems including solutions from Avaya, Broadsoft, Cisco (News - Alert) and others, and with all mobile operating systems, including RIM Blackberry, Android, and iPhone.
FVC, in association with Esnatech, will also work to introduce the new technology to its partners and customers across the region and will be the first point of contact for ongoing training and support in the MENA region.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein