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June 07, 2016

Webinar - Gartner Names Mitel Leader in Magic Quadrant: UC for Midsize Enterprises, North America


The recognition of a company by Gartner (News - Alert) in its Magic Quadrant lets its customers know it is performing well above its competitors in a particular industry. As a global provider of real-time business, cloud and mobile communications, Mitel (News - Alert) has achieved this recognition for the second year in a row as a "Leader" - while also being the only company to make it in all of the five Magic Quadrant reports for business.




The new Gartner Magic Quadrant publication has designated Mitel as a Leader for Unified Communications (News - Alert) (UC) for midsize enterprises in the North America market. With 66 percent of midsize enterprises expected to invest in UC solutions during the next two years, according to Gartner, the market is poised for steady growth.

Mitel provides comprehensive solutions today's midsize enterprises need to more effectively use mobility, video, cloud, collaboration and all of the other technological developments in the digital ecosystem.

CEO Rich McBee (News - Alert) said, "Midsize enterprises depend on seamless, real-time communications to strengthen customer connections, raise productivity and contribute to sales success."

Making sense of the solutions available for companies in the marketplace can be overwhelming, for companies of any size. But for midsize enterprises that don't have the resources of their larger counterparts, it is even more challenging.

A webinar hosted in collaboration with TMCnet and Mitel will answer what a company needs to look for when selecting a UCC provider.

The communications solutions a business uses can, without exaggeration, make or break a company in the highly connected world we live in. Whether it is customers, vendors, partners or employees, if they are not able to access the resources they need with the communications solution that has been deployed, they will go to a company that has a better system in place.




Edited by Stefania Viscusi