VOSS Awarded Skype Operations Framework Featured Partner Status

VOSS Solutions, a Microsoft Certified Partner, announced that the company is now recognized as a Skype Operations Framework Featured Partner.

Developed by Microsoft, the Skype Operations Framework (SOF) is a comprehensive guide that empowers organizations to successfully and cost-effectively deploy Skype for Business services in the cloud. Following a proven methodology, SOF equips organizations with the right assets and tools to ensure a successful Skype for Business experience.

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SOF featured partners are selected by Microsoft for their product and services offerings that help organizations maximize the value from their Skype for Business Online investment.  The designation reflects the fact that VOSS has worked with Microsoft to offer solutions that magnify the benefits of moving to Microsoft Office 365 for UC.  In addition, it validates that VOSS employees are certified in administering the framework.

VOSS has been listed as a SOF featured partner for its ability to carry out complex UC migrations, and manage Skype for Business Cloud PBX & PSTN services from a single pane of glass. The VOSS Skype for Business Voice and Meetings in the Cloud Offer aligns with SOF to minimize UC complexities and increase operational efficiency in the cloud.

Organisations face challenges at every stage of the Skype Operations Framework, and VOSS provides tools and expertise specifically designed to meet those challenges. The VOSS Offer includes Skype for Business online, Meetings, and PSTN calling with Cloud PBX wrapped in VOSS management tools, training, and 24×7 support to ensure customer success. Features include:

  • Expert guidance to help plan and execute the ideal solution at a pace that suits the organisation
  • Reduced implementation & annual operational costs, and improve end user adoption
  • Simplified rollout and ongoing management with the world’s most advanced, and most secure UC management solution
  • Flexibility to manage a multi-vendor or hybrid environment through a single interface, as needed
  • Future-proofed UC solution ready for the addition of any new application, device or service as the need arises

Christopher Martini, VP Skype for Business at VOSS, commented; “This is a great milestone for VOSS and our customers, as we strive to become one of Microsoft’s most valued partners. We are excited to be listed as a SOF featured partner, as it reflects our work with an increasing number of global organizations to optimize their Microsoft UC environments. The guidance and resources provided as part of the framework really do enable us to better serve our customers.”

Through August and September, VOSS is hosting a 6-part webinar series for organizations interested in migrating to – and managing – Microsoft UC. To find out more about the series, and to register, click here: https://webinars.on24.com/voss/microsoftuc

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