NextUC is a cloud-based Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync communication product that provides voice, messaging, conferencing, presence, chat, collaboration and mobility capabilities to users. NextUC’s price point and cost of service facilitate teams to turn up a full unified communications and collaboration platform independently.
Teams brought to work together on a project reportedly need to chat, call and conference across multiple locations or even countries. NextUC’s quick and easy turn up of a full Microsoft Unified Communications (News - Alert) solution supposedly makes the team leader’s ability to execute much better.
NextUC provides active telephone numbers to new customers as part of the five minute onboarding experience and customers have immediate access to make and receive local and long distance calls. NextUC is based on Microsoft Lync and can function as a fully telephone system replacement for more companies. The solution has made UCaaS a five minute reality for companies since all services including telephone calling, unified messaging, Web conferencing, video conferencing and more are available through NextUS’ offering itself.
“NextUC can turn up a full Microsoft Unified Communications solution in 5 minutes for a company. NextUC’s offering is a game changer. This is the market leading solution with Microsoft Lync, not some home grown product that will not meet the customer’s expectations”, said Bob Barnes, EVP of Product Marketing and Sales, in a press release.
With the NextUC platform, communication is enhanced and networked professionals can synergize efforts to make high performance teams. Users can use any device including Jabra (News - Alert) and Polycom that is connected to PCs or Mac’s or full Ethernet phones, and NextUC platform can work with operating systems such as Windows, iOS, Android (News - Alert), Windows Phone and Blackberry.
Users have the option to try the service for 60 days at no cost, move onto deploy a paid platform with no contracts at the end of the trial period and leave with no penalty at any time.
Edited by Brooke Neuman