Tuesday, October 23, 2012

UComms News for You

MetTel completed the Sprint FMC Integration with MetTel’s Broadsoft platform. MetTel is now offering wireless integration, along with XO. VZB does FMC like this in Europe, according to The Converged Digest.

Sprint is on the hunt for more service providers to sell FMC to. It means more partners selling Sprint handsets. Sprint will sell mobile data only.

FYI, MetTel is at 70K seats on BSFT already.

Xorcom has a nice paper on their premise based IP-PBX versus Hosted.

Avaya is selling business voice service for $19 per month.

Comparing the TCO for 24 UC/IP-PBX Solutions

Windstream has moved to Metaswitch to offer Total Office solution (HPBX). Another Broadsoft customer leaves the fold.

How competitive is this industry? According to Google Adwords, it can cost up to $24 per click for “business phone system”!

Before Broadcore was acquired by Masergy, Broadsoft profiled the Go to Market Excellence of Broadcore. [case study here]

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