TeleSpace, a provider of video-enabled business communication and collaboration cloud services, chose VOSS (News - Alert) Solutions to build, deploy and roll out its new cloud-based service. VOSS specializes in simplifying the design, delivery and management of collaboration services so customers may profit from cloud-based enterprise communications.
The TeleSpace Vio Service is built on the Cisco (News - Alert) Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS). It enables employees to share data from wherever they want, with whomever they want, on their preferred device.
VOSS Solutions supported TeleSpace in getting the Cisco HCS environment into production as quickly as possible, to ensure they could go live with the Vio Service. A team of VOSS specialists designed and built the cloud-based platform for TeleSpace, including dial plan integration, on-boarding of unified communications services, and network ready for use (NRFU) testing.
VOSS also provided post-deployment support to TeleSpace in rolling out services to their first customers. They supported on-boarding end user devices to the platform as well, to ensure the migration process was fully automated and error-free. TeleSpace's first client went live 45 days after purchasing Cisco HCS thanks to support from VOSS.
“The VOSS team’s expertise, coupled with the VOSS technology’s advanced automation, has allowed TeleSpace to bring Vio to market in record time,” said Patrick Bowler, CEO at TeleSpace.
“We are delighted to be able to help TeleSpace launch the Vio service," added Rob Moore, VP global services at VOSS Solutions. "Increasingly we are seeing customers approach VOSS to assist in getting their UC environments operational and profitable.”
TeleSpace offers Vio solutions tailored for business, education and government customers. Features include HD video conferencing, single number reach, enterprise collaboration and Cisco assured quality and service. Additional capabilities include notification and paging, virtual classroom features, improved resource allocation and ensured secure communications.
Edited by Brooke Neuman