Finding it hard to choose the right Unifed Communications?

We’re not surprised. It’s a new way of working. And there’s a lot to consider.

But don’t be put off. Ask yourself 5 questions:

  • Do you want to build on what you have, or rip it out and start again?
  • Can you get UC your way, or are you limited by what the supplier can offer?
  • Do you need on-the-ground support in all your offices/branches, and a single global SLA?
  • Is your supplier a trusted leader, or follower?
  • Whose word should you take – the supplier’s or the analyst’s?

Start by asking your prospective supplier. Then ask us.

Perhaps it’s time to think again?

Look again at your Unifed Communications decisions. Read the “5 Questions to Consider” to protect your investments and competitive edge.

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