8x8 Partners With Walsh Vision to Offer Cloud UC Services

By Robin Wilding
Updated: June 27, 2011

8x8 Partners With Walsh Vision to Offer Cloud UC Services

8x8's new partnership with Walsh Vision expands on their current offering to include increasingly-critical mobile business intelligence solutions like Unified Communications and mobile VoIP.

8x8 carefully selected Walsh Vision to be their UC and mobile VoIP partner, based on their recognized successes in communications innovation. Walsh Vision is nationally recognized for their innovative and comprehensive set of mobile and cloud-based tools, a toolbox that includes wireless data transmission, multimedia solutions, mobility offerings, and advanced support services.

Through this new partnership 8x8 is able to enhance their portfolio and leverage Walsh Vision, an exclusive Sprint Business Partner, for their Mobile Office solution. The new partnership will expand on 8x8's Virtual Office and Virtual Office Pro by bringing a mobile element into the mix.
 

"With accelerating demand for integrated mobile technologies that support dispersed workforces, the addition of 8x8's mobile VoIP and cloud communications offerings couldn't be more timely," says Walsh Vision's Chief Strategy Officer, Chick Walsh. "As a long standing business partner of Sprint, we look forward to helping existing and prospective Sprint business customers achieve greater levels of productivity and efficiency with 8x8's powerful and innovative unified communications services."

8x8 CEO Bryan Martin believes that in addition to leveraging Walsh Vision's software, the company also brings a solid reputation that will only further enhance 8x8's authority in reliability and innovation. Martin looks forward to “working closely with [Walsh Vision] to deploy our IP voice, video, mobile and data services over expanding wireless broadband and cellular networks." 

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