Wordtext Systems, Inc. (WSI), a long time IT distributor in the country, in partnership with Unify has launched an enterprise unified communications (UC) solution by Unify.
WSI now carries and supports the Unify’s OpenScape Business, a unique voice and unified communications solution specifically designed to address the needs of dynamic enterprises.
Unify is a Munich-based global communications software and services company established out of the engineering DNA of Siemens AG. It currently operates in 60 countries worldwide and serves 75% of the Fortune Global 500.
The OpenScape Business UC solution aims to connect employees anywhere, at any time to accelerate team productivity, improve customer service and dramatically reduce communications costs. This all-in-one solution for single and multi-site businesses “brings together multiple networks, devices and applications into one easy-to-use platform that allows companies to engage collective efforts, energize business and enhance operational performance,” according to Jeffrey Garay, WSI Product Manager for Unify UC solutions.
Daniel Mountstephen, Unify’s Managing Director for the ASEAN, agrees. “We see a lot of potential for our solution to take off in the Philippines, and our partnership with WSI simplifies the deployment and delivery of cost-saving enterprise voice and UC across enterprises.”
WSI will collaborate with its partner resellers to bring the OpenScape Business to SMEs.
“We work closely with our partners and their clients to provide pre-assessment, solution design up recommendations. We offer enhancements that provide effective workflow process and phase by phase migration by connecting Unify solutions,” Garay asserted.
WSI is oldest pure IT distributor in the Philippines, with over three decades of experience in helping businesses grow through competitive IT solutions and services.
Currently, WSI is signing up the 12 legacy partners to convince them to migrate to Unify. These 12 legacy partners are the former Siemens partner.
UC Solution by Unify starts at 30 users which cost P50,000.