Tom Wellige Posted September 30, 2015 #1 Share Posted September 30, 2015 The Dortmund based unified communications manufacturer Swyx has signed another European partnership with the Swiss-based managed service provider acdalis informatik ag, for its SwyxWare Compact for Data Center, so it can offer Swiss SMEs customised, cloud-based unified communications services from its own datacentre. With SwyxWare Compact, the Switzerland-wide service provider has expanded its portfolio with an IP-based alternative to the traditional telephone system. With the discontinuation of ISDN by Swisscom, Swiss SMEs are being forced to act to future-proof their corporate communications. Marco Crueger, VP Sales of Swyx Solutions AG, welcomes the cooperation with acdalis: "With SwyxWare Compact for Data Center, we have created a bespoke business model for our partners, that is enjoying increasing popularity – and because cloud-based IP telephony represents a cost-effective entry for end users, this allows our partners to further design their offerings to be even more customer-centric. We are happy to have found a strong partner with acdalis who can now offers Swiss SMEs a cloud-based telephone system based on the Swyx solution." CEO of acdalis informatik ag, Michael Keinersdorfer, is also looking forward to partnering with Swyx: "We already have secured our first Swyx customers. The large demand can be explained by how closely it fits the current needs of Swiss SMEs. The discontinuation of ISDN by Swisscom also intensifies the need for change. We can offer the perfect solution, by migrating to cloud-based IP telephony they can future-proof their own telephone system inexpensively, quickly and easily.” SwyxWare Compact for Data Center has been designed specifically for the needs of resellers and managed service providers (MSPs). They can therefore design even more customised cloud-based corporate communications for their customers. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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