Orange Business Services has expanded its global consulting and integration services to deliver Microsoft unified communications.
The company offers consulting services that assess business and technical requirements in order to design and implement Microsoft-based unified communications offerings and integration services, which helps users to integrate Microsoft-based UC offerings within the customer’s IT and real-time services such as enterprise telephony, mobility, voice, video and conferencing.
Orange said that it can adapt the offering to a company’s customised requirements whether integrating on premise or managed and hosted in Orange’s data centre.
Companies can supplement Orange consulting expertise to design and implement Microsoft unified communications, including Enterprise Voice and Conferencing based on Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007.
Orange is also working with Microsoft to test, validate and integrate Microsoft Office Communications Server Enterprise Voice with global voice VPN service Business Talk Global.
Betsy Frost, general manager of Microsoft Unified Communications Marketing at Microsoft, said: “Orange provides an impressive combination of messaging, IP voice and mobility expertise. When combined with their global network reach, flexible hosting capabilities and Microsoft gold partner status, this represents significant value for large enterprises wanting to implement unified communications.”
Didier Jaubert, senior vice president of Orange Business Services, said: “Multinational corporations need help removing complexity when integrating communications within their organisation to reduce costs while improving business processes.”