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Leading Real Estate, Hospitality, and Entertainment Insurer Moves to the Fusion Cloud

Company Enters Its Second Century With Fusion's Cloud Solutions, Citing Business Continuity, Security, and Service

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 12/16/15 -- Fusion (NASDAQ: FSNN), a leading provider of cloud services, announced today that a major insurer of condos and co-ops, hotels, restaurants and entertainment facilities, as well as the rapidly growing microbrewery market, has signed a three year, $250,000 agreement to connect five of its locations to the Fusion cloud.

For over a century, the insurer has made stability, consistency and outstanding service the hallmarks of its business, and chose the Fusion solution for its built-in business continuity and the technical experience and expertise of its sales, engineering and support team. The insurer was impressed with Fusion's reliable, fully automated failover solution that provides service continuity during any network-impacting event. The insurer further cited Fusion's cloud services platform's intelligent routing options, network security, redundancy and diversity as significant reasons for its move to Fusion. Looking to the future, the insurer expects to enjoy the many additional benefits of the cloud made possible by its initial Fusion cloud connection, including unified communications, cloud computing, backup and recovery and secure file sharing.

"Fusion appreciates the opportunity to meet this leading insurer's requirements for a cost-effective solution that delivers continuity of service consistent with its commitment to its own customers for outstanding service and support. This insurer is committed to stability and reliability, and for years had relied on a legacy platform. The compelling business rationale of the cloud plus Fusion's strong track record in business continuity and support led them to make the change," said Russell P. Markman, Fusion's President of Business Services.

Fusion Press Contact:
Brian Coyne
(202) 201-2404
PR@fusionconnect.com

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