8x8 Closes Acquisition of Fuze
8x8, Inc. (NYSE: EGHT), a leading integrated cloud communications platform provider, today announced the completion of the acquisition of Fuze, Inc., a leader in cloud-based communications for the enterprise, for approximately $250 million in stock and cash. The acquisition further accelerates 8x8 XCaaS™ (eXperience Communications as a Service™) innovation, and expands 8x8's enterprise customer base and global presence.
"We are excited to welcome Fuze employees, customers and partners to 8x8. We are committed to supporting the Fuze platform, while offering the best of both platforms to all of our customers," said Dave Sipes, Chief Executive Officer at 8x8, Inc. "With this acquisition we can further extend our XCaaS offering to deliver a differentiated experience for enterprise organizations, which is instrumental as we drive to become a $1 Billion revenue SaaS business."
8x8 allows enterprise organizations to enhance employee and customer experience as they move off legacy on-premises systems to an integrated, single-vendor cloud contact center, voice, team chat, video meetings, and CPaaS embeddable APIs solution.
About 8x8, Inc.
8x8, Inc. (NYSE: EGHT) is transforming the future of business communications as a leading Software as a Service provider of 8x8 XCaaS™ (eXperience Communications as a Service™), an integrated contact center, voice communications, video, chat, and API solution built on one global cloud communications platform. 8x8 uniquely eliminates the silos between Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) and Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) to power the communications requirements of all employees globally as they work together to deliver differentiated customer experiences. For additional information, visit www.8x8.com, or follow 8x8 on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
8x8®, 8x8 XCaaS™, eXperience Communications as a Service™ are trademarks of 8x8, Inc.
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