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Unify takes aim at SMB segment

Vendor teams up with Fast Lane to offer enhanced OpenScape Business portfolio training

Unify takes aim at SMB segment
Unify partners that attended the five-day OpenScape Business portfolio training held in Dubai recently.

Unify has continued its commitment to providing a platform for channel enablement by providing training and certification workshops through its authorised training partner, Fastlane after the vendor recently hosted a training workshop.

The training reinforces Unify's commitment to be the partner of choice in the communications and collaboration industry.

According to the company, the five-day certification training was attended by technical consultants from eight channel partners across the Middle East.

Feras Zeidan, vice president, MEA, for Unify said: "A knowledgeable, experience channel is key to effectively serving our customer and delivering superior customer satisfaction, which drove our investment at the recently held training workshop. Today's business challenges demand support for the new way to work, with a more flexible, scalable and cost-effective solution than what has previously been available for anywhere workers.

Zeidan added: "OpenScape Business is an ideal affordable, all-in-one solution for this market segment, offering professional voice, UC and mobility for small offices, branches and the home. Unify relies on a well-trained partner community to bring OpenScape Business to customers."

Unify said the course content was tailored to provide hands-on experience in installation, start up and upgrading of the system. Another focus was the integration of OpenScape Business Smart Voicemail and UC Smart. On completion of the course, the participant was able to install and start up a system, as well as configure and perform the software update.

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