History proves that every now and again a refresh is in order. With the change of time comes a change in taste and customer demands. The early barrage of the digital age is well underway, and as cloud communications solution providers prepare for the next phase of transformation it seems a refresh is in order.
Today Phone.com (News - Alert) announced the arrival of a refreshed, enhanced, revamped Phone.com Communicator softphone. The newly unveiled offering delivers a user-friendly and highly functional tool to manage business communications from your Mac or PC.
''Phone.Com Communicator is purpose-built for agility and can transform any desktop into a feature-rich, web-based phone that is as powerful as it is easy-to-use,'' said Alon Cohen (News - Alert), EVP and CTO, Phone.com. ''Streamlined design simplifies how users make and receive phone calls from any Phone.com number, view voicemails and transcriptions, recent calls list, contacts, and dial-back options.''
Aimed to deliver SMBs with a robust, streamlined communications tool, the new and improved softphone provides an intuitive, user centric design offering visibility into call logs, address books and business in boxes on your computer screen. Aside from the bells and whistles of the softphone itself, the solution was built on phone.com’s serverless infrastructure, which promises the availability, security and scalability demanded in the digital age.
''Digital transformation is no longer an abstract concept to be considered and dealt with by future generations, but a present-day reality,'' said Ari Rabban (News - Alert), CEO, Phone.com. ''Business communications must be flexible, scalable and mobile for businesses to be agile, defined as the ability to adapt without sacrificing productivity. The world is changing, as is the way people work. Phone.com Communicator keeps today's workforce connected without being tied to a single desk or location. Users will be more accessible, more responsive, and more productive than ever before.''
Innovation is initiating a new day in communication and collaboration, so as businesses seek to embrace the digital age it’s time to communicate better.
Are your communications in the cloud, yet?
Edited by Maurice Nagle