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October 3, 2010

eZuce collaborates with technology vendors to enhance open UC portfolio

To deliver technology offerings that enables enterprises to transition from their existing legacy (IP) PBX systems

By CBR Staff Writer

eZuce, a provider of open enterprise communications, has entered into strategic alliances with technology vendors to enhance its open unified communications offerings portfolio.

The company said that the collaborative development efforts and ongoing integration testing will enable it to deliver technology offerings that address the requirements of enterprises and enables customers to transition from their existing legacy (IP) PBX systems.

Ezuce co-founder and chief operations officer Jerry Stabile said that the established strategic alliances and go-to-market strategies with its technology partners their users can benefit directly from the combined strengths of their offerings.

"Our technology partnerships enable us to clearly differentiate the eZuce open communications offering from other offerings as we deliver superior performance, more flexibility, and a better user experience with every connection," Stabile said.

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