Fusion Demonstrates Its Award-Winning Cloud Communications Solutions at Enterprise Connect in Orlando, March 7-9, 2016
Fusion's UCaaS Solutions Future-Proof Enterprise Technology Investments
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 03/10/16 -- Fusion (NASDAQ: FSNN), a leading provider of cloud services, announced today that it presented its unified communications innovations to the technology professionals participating in Enterprise Connect, the leading conference and exhibition for enterprise IP telephony, converged networks and unified communications in North America.
Fusion spotlighted its UCaaS solution, which combines an advanced mobility capability with voice to text and a powerful personal auto attendant. Fusion's MobileConnect collaboration feature enables device-agnostic, everywhere communication across desktop and mobile services platforms. Integrating a voice to text capability that not only delivers email notifications but transcribes messages to text, Fusion's cloud communications solution also delivers enhanced functionality that empowers staff with a user-specific auto-attendant and find me-follow me features typically standardized across the enterprise. Because intelligence resides in the Fusion cloud, each advanced communications solution is introduced or enhanced seamlessly, and offered to Fusion's customer base without the need for costly system upgrades. Participants at Enterprise Connect were shown how the Fusion cloud removes technology end of life concerns, ensuring that today's investments are protected for the near and distant future.
"Fusion is focused on solving the technology problems that keep our customers up at night," said Russell P. Markman, Fusion's President of Business Services. "We all know how quickly advancements in technology can make today's investment decisions tomorrow's expensive mistakes. Our leading edge cloud solutions help take the worry of obsolescence out of the IT professional's technology decisions, with enhancements available as soon as we build them. It is our job to stay ahead of the curve on the technology improvements that the enterprise needs to succeed," Mr. Markman continued.<,/p>