Yealink (News - Alert) offers a product suite built on ambition and innovation, aimed at providing an exceptional communications experience. IP phones are an often overlooked tool in the unified communications deployment. Time and effort is put into selecting a UC provider, so don’t waste it by not putting forth the same diligence in selecting an IP endpoint provider. This process got a little easier today, as future-forward and feature-rich IP phone developer Yealink’s complete product portfolio is now certified for use with the Phonism platform.
Phonism is an industry leading cloud solution for VoIP device management that now gains access to all of Yealink’s desktop IP phones and wireless IP DECT phones. Phonism customers can enjoy the spoils of this announcement, as it immediately creates a cornucopia of options.
“This partnership with Yealink conveys the overwhelming demand we have seen from the market.” According to Steve Lazaridis, CEO of Phonism, “Yealink has grabbed significant market share over the past 5 years and become a premiere player in the VoIP device market. We could no longer resist the demand from our customer base.”
In addressing the needs of the SMB to enterprise, Yealink offers a wide spectrum of solutions; each exceptional in delivering the level of quality expected – from the conference room and the c-suite, to the account executive.
“We are very glad to offer the interoperability with Phonism’s provisioning & management solution,” said Stone Lu (News - Alert), Yealink Vice President. “The partnership not only ensures Service Providers easy and efficient deployment and provision of Yealink’s endpoints, but also helps Phonism’s business customers increase communication abilities and reduce costs with our products and services.”
In the past week, Yealink has made a splash on the news front. First naming KOMSA its Deutschland distributor, then announcing ISTRA certification, and now the Phonism development means this is not a company resting on laurels letting its exceptional product portfolio speak for itself.
Only time will tell what the future holds, but at this point it’s growing evident that 2017 is likely to be the year of Yealink.
Edited by Alicia Young