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Unified communications have been a game-changer over the past few years. Since becoming mainstream, UC has enabled work processes and communications to become much easier. Employees are able to work on the go and remotely without having to worry about missing out on important information or not being able to reach coworkers if need be-they get all the perks of working in an office, without having to sit at the same desk every day.
Riding high on the cloud hog is Fusion, as its single source solutions are drawing in clients like a moth to flame. Today, in fact, Fusion announced a major West Coast auto dealership signed a three year contract with the cloud services provider. The dealership can now utilize Fusion's end-to-end managed support and full complement of cloud services to alleviate the headache of working with multiple vendors in implementing and maintaining cloud communications.
TMC recently caught up with ReadyTalk's Matt DiRenzo ahead of ITEXPO to discuss the current state of UC, as well as his tech predictions for the future.
Cloud based video conferencing service and unicorn Zoom receives $100 million in round D funding from Sequoia.
The business benefits of VoIP are so broad today, that cost savings aside, the companies that have not yet transitioned to VoIP are actually missing out on business opportunities.
Building on the momentum of 2016, this February will be well represented at the The Communications and Business Transformation event of the year, ITEXPO. VoIP pioneer Alon Cohen will be participating in the panel discussion, "Bringing Telecom Innovations to Market Faster with APIs," and Joel Maloff Senior Vice President at and industry veteran, is moderating several others.

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