News : Rogers Communications Selects BroadSoft Mobile Offering
Gaithersburg, MD, USA,July 26, 2016 -- BroadSoft, Inc. (NASDAQ: BSFT), a global unified communication software as a service (UCaaS) provider, announced that Rogers Communications has selected BroadSoft to power Rogers Unison, a mobile-first cloud PBX offering that enables small businesses to extend the full range of desk phone business telephony features to a user’s preferred mobile devices – ensuring that workers remain productive from any location and at any time. A Rogers Unison solution for larger businesses and the public sector is expected to be available later this year.
"Together with BroadSoft, we are offering Canadian businesses access to North America’s first fully mobile solution that allows them to connect their entire business and team, while eliminating the need for dated desk phones," says Charlie Wade, Senior Vice President, Products and Solutions, Rogers Communications. "We’re thrilled to work with BroadSoft to bring this technology to the Canadian market as it offers our customers the potential to drive productivity and save significant costs to be reinvested in their business."
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BroadSoft provides software that enables mobile, fixed-line, and cable service providers to deliver voice and multimedia services over their IP-based networks. The Company's software, BroadWorks(R), enables service providers to provide enterprises and consumers with a range of cloud-based, or hosted, IP multimedia communications, such as hosted IP private branch exchanges, video calling, unified communications, collaboration and converged mobile and fixed-line services.
Rogers Communications Inc. is one of Canada's largest communications companies, particularly in the field of wireless communications and cable television, with additional telecommunications and mass media assets. It is headquartered in the Rogers Building in Toronto, Ontario.
Published: Thursday, July 28, 2016