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Fusion Forges Ahead with Enhanced UCaaS Release

August 13, 2019
By Maurice Nagle - Web Editor

Innovation is shaping the course for collaboration and communications for the foreseeable future. And as cloud communications provider push for market share, it is this innovation that will enhance workflow, usability and feature sets, driving productivity and boosting the bottom line.

Fusion announced the arrival of the new and improved FusionWorks Pro UC, enhancing the cloud communication provider’s robust UCaaS platform and extending the functionality of the Fusion MobileConnect  UC solution.

"Fusion's advanced cloud services platform has been developed by our team of experienced technology professionals to enable the integration of a full range of Single Source (News - Alert) cloud solutions that allow us to continue to introduce productivity-enhancing features and applications seamlessly, removing the burdens of upgrade and update for increased customer confidence and control," said Russell P. Markman, Fusion's President and Chief Operating Officer.

Fusion’s new release boasts new conferencing and collaboration capabilities as well an intuitive softphone. The FusionWorks Pro UC introduces cloud-based voice, video, IM, conferencing and presence to the enterprise via a single, fully integrated platform. The SaaS-y solution can also be leveraged on a device of user’s choosing – iPhone, iPad, Android (News - Alert), Windows, Mac, etc.

"We continue to develop our solutions to help businesses do more as they save more, combining the benefits of the cloud with access over our own national network for a complete Single Source solution that drives efficiency and productivity across the enterprise," Mr. Markman continued.

Fusion has long utilized acquisitions to facilitate growth, with results to support the strategy. Building on this history of acquisitions, the UCaaS provider put the dev team to work and is showcasing the type of future-forward communications solution capable of supporting the demands of the modern, digital first enterprise.

Are your communications in the cloud, yet?

Edited by Maurice Nagle

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