On June 16, 2011, 8x8, Inc. stated that it had partnered with Walsh Vision to provide mobile VoIP and cloud UC services to business customers. The mobile solution will include customizable product selection, onsite service support, and a staging, kitting, and central shipping facility. It will also come with plug-n-play ability and have a single bill for all services.
Walsh Vision is a major provider of wireless solutions for the business, education, and public service sectors. The company offers mobile office and core bundles, as well as GPS tracking, digital signage networks and WWAN solutions. They are also an exclusive Sprint partner and have a local presence in thirteen U.S. cities, including New York, Chicago, and Washington D.C.
Chick Walsh, the Chief Strategy Officer of Walsh Vision, released a public statement to the media. He praised the timeliness of the partnership and stated that his company looked forward to helping Sprint business customers achieve greater productivity with 8x8’s portfolio of unified communication services.
Bryan Martin, the Chairman and CEO of 8x8, also spoke briefly about the corporate partnership. He stated that Walsh Vision had an outstanding reputation for innovation and reliability and that 8x8 would work closely with them in order to deploy their array of services over broadband and cellular networks.
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