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Two cycling racers
December 13, 2016
Written by Jamie Romanin, Managing Director Australia & New Zealand, ShoreTel
There’s no better way to build a business relationship than through a shared passion away from the office – which for me is cycling. And it’s not just me who thinks that. The executive cycling community has exploded in Australia and internationally, and I’d go as far as saying that it has replaced...
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2016 ShoreTelOne Global Partner Conference logo
December 09, 2016
Written by Pam Bednarczyk, Content Marketing Manager
The 2016 ShoreTelOne Global Partner Conference took place this past week at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, Fla. The conference kicked off on Dec. 6 with a keynote speech from ShoreTel CEO Don Joos who shared ShoreTel’s strategic vision for transformation with the hundreds of ShoreTel partners...
Categories: Blog, Channel Partners, Event
cloud computing conceptual image
December 07, 2016
Written by Pam Bednarczyk, Content Marketing Manager
Thanks to advantages such as scalability, expense reduction and streamlined administration, it’s easy to see why more and more organizations are turning to the cloud for their business communications needs. In fact, a recent No Jitter cloud communications survey of enterprise IT professionals found...
Mother helping baby boy to walk
December 06, 2016
Written by Frederic Gillant, Vice President & Managing Director of Asia Pacific
When it comes to unified communications, companies should take their time and get it right. Companies are always looking for the next big idea. But, as the old saying goes, Rome was not built in a day. Sometimes it is best to start out small, then move on to bigger things. Take unified...
image of connected data points
December 02, 2016
Written by Rick Barbosa, Senior Vendor Business Manager, Ingram Micro
The growing adoption of “anytime, anywhere” work styles is driving businesses of all sizes to demand access to content and collaboration tools across multiple devices, including desktop computers, laptops, smartphones and tablets. Unified Communications & Collaboration (UCC) addresses this...
Tags: Ingram Micro
Office workers wearing headsets
December 01, 2016
Written by Paula Dymond, NA Distribution Marketing Manager, Jabra
UCaaS (Unified Communications as a Service) platforms are quickly changing the way people communicate and work. Companies now need to look at something they may not have considered before: How to deploy headsets for their many different employees? Most businesses haven’t had much experience with...
Tags: Jabra
SJS Solutions ShoreTel Guest Blog
November 29, 2016
Written by Stephen Pace, CEO, SJS Solutions
With billions in revenue lost through disengaged agents and the inevitable (and costly) round of re-hires, onboarding and training, agent disengagement is a growing challenge. Can it be solved? Here’s our take on it…. How many agents left your contact center in the last 12 months? The year before...
Xima Software Chronicall
November 28, 2016
Written by Jon Florence, Director of Sales, Xima Software
In order to truly understand the Voice of the Customer you must first think like the customer and understand they are going to view your solution differently than you do. For instance, Xima Partners may focus and ask questions like how easy installation process, or what is my cost as a reseller and...
Female customer service agent on phone
November 22, 2016
Written by Mathews Manaloor, President & CEO, TriVium
Customer experience is a major driving force and a game changer for businesses in 2017, and a lot of businesses are adapting to the changing trends. According to Gartner, 89% of businesses will compete mainly on customer experience as growth is determined by how customers experience a brand during...
Tags: TriVium
Worried Businessman
November 21, 2016
Written by Michele Durban , Director, Corporate Marketing, StarLeaf
The marketing message from practically every video conferencing manufacturer is, “It’s easy. Our stuff, well, anyone can use it.” The problem is, in most cases, it’s easy only after you’ve called the IT guy in to set the call up, test all the connections, and make sure everything is working. To...


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