Communications firms Stack8 and RingCentral (News - Alert) announced a partnership that will deliver a new cloud service for users on a wide range of devices and any location. By offering RingCentral’s Unified Communications (News - Alert) as-a-Service (UCaaS) platform to Stack8’s global customer base, the new program will allow cloud-based text messaging, video conferencing, and international phone use for Stack8 customers across the world. This will allow users to easily handle remote working situations, and provide high quality communications services without boundaries.
“As a full-service solutions company, Stack8 is fully dedicated to making it easy for customers to use technology in their businesses, so they can deliver on their promises to their customers,” said Steven Karachinsky, CEO of Stack8.” Because RingCentral embodies the same values, the addition of their offerings to our portfolio is a perfect fit.”
Through the new partnership, customers will be able to communicate seamlessly on any device in any location. The integration of a business-grade UC platform with a proven UC management solution will maximize allow both companies to maximize their value proposition.
“The global knowledge-based workforce is rapidly evolving to a newly found hybrid modality. As such, organizations are gaining huge advantages from cloud-based platforms that enable communications and collaboration from anywhere,” said Sandra Krief, Vice President of Service Providers Americas, at RingCentral. “We believe that bringing the benefits of RingCentral’s platform to customers around the world requires close partnerships with great companies that can help deliver the benefits of Unified Communications. We look forward to partnering with Stack8 as they work with multinational customers, and to helping Stack8 expand into new markets.”
Along with the new service features, there are plans to further develop Stack8’s SMACS Unified Communications Management Platform (UCMP), a comprehensive tool that provides built-in business intelligence, out-of-the-box processes, and the ability to customize interfaces based on the customers’ process needs. The complementary nature of this business relationship is a perfect example of having the best of both worlds, by combining the best aspects of two specialized companies into one amazing service.
Edited by Erik Linask