Better Together, ForgeServe Certifies Polycom’s New VVX Series
ForgeServe the specialists in IP Endpoint provisioning and management have certified the newly released Polycom VVX range of business IP phones.
Manchester UK – 4th September 2018. ForgeServe’s recent certification of Polycom’s new VVX Business IP Phones endorses the already large list of benefits the solution has to offer to the customers looking to balance affordability and features. Polycom, now a part of Plantronics, is an industry leader well-known for helping organisations to leverage maximum investment in their unified communication solutions with their innovative hardware solutions. Their latest range of VVX Business IP Phones amplify those solutions by providing an enterprise grade sound quality coupled with reliable performance.
Patricia Finlayson, Senior Products and Solutions Marketing Marketing, Polycom, explains the value ForgeServe certification will bring.
“Customer experience is a high priority for us, and through VVX x50 Series Business IP Phones, we are delivering an exceptional mix of quality, value and management. Customers need innovative hardware devices to fully utilise the features of advanced new UC or UCaaS Systems, and the VVX x50 Series Business IP Phones will help provide just that. With the addition of ForgeServe to our roster, we now have a very attractive new solution for customers.”
The VVX x50 Series are designed to enhance business processes and, coupled with ForgeServe, the process and costs associated with deployment and device management can be further tailored to suit different types of affordability ranges. The ForgeServe solution will equip providers of the VVX series with single pane estate management, zero-touch provisioning and real-time critical service information on top of a host of other features.
Swoop Datacom, the developers of ForgeServe, have worked with Polycom for a number of years and the latest news further strengthens ties between one of the leading provider of IP devices, in both the voice and video space, and the leading IP endpoint service management platform. The VVX range will form a critical part of Polycom’s hardware portfolio, enhancing UC and collaboration solutions. The ForgeServe certification now applies to the VVX 150, VVX 250, VVX 350 and, twelve-line colour IP phone, the VVX 450 which is a high quality performance IP phone for businesses of all sizes. Ideal for knowledge workers, executives and upper management, the new range of VVX x50 Series Business IP phones also offer the industry’s best audio HD Voice™ and Polycom® Acoustic Fence™ technologies. Together, they provide an even more exceptional audio clarity for customers to enjoy the VVX experience.
Swoop Datacom are the developers of ForgeServe and their CEO John Bennett, is incredibly enthused about their latest certification award, and the ability to extend their offering to Polycom customers and other suppliers.
“The VVX range of Polycom phone is already incredibly popular with a host of innovative features enabled. Now with our ForgeServe certification we can enhance both the deployment, and management, of these devices, including the newly launched VVX x50 Series Business IP Phones, to offer customers an unrivalled unified communication hardware proposal.”
With the partnership benefiting parties on all sides of the table, the certification certainly fits the Polycom, and Plantronics’, mantra of ‘Better Together’.
Plantronics is an audio pioneer and a leader in the communications industry. Plantronics technology creates rich, natural, people-first audio and collaboration experiences so good ideas can be shared and heard—wherever, whenever and however they happen. The company’s portfolio of integrated communications and collaboration solutions spans headsets, software, desk phones, audio and video conferencing, analytics and services. Our solutions are used worldwide by consumers and businesses alike and are a leading choice for every kind of workspace. For more information visit plantronics.com.
Plantronics is a registered trademark of Plantronics. The Bluetooth name and the Bluetooth trademarks are owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and are used by Plantronics under license. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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Swoop Datacom are the developers of ForgeServe, the award winning, multi-tier, vendor agnostic device provisioning and life-cycle management platform. The cloud-based SaaS simplifies complex technology and processes whilst unlocking best of breed solutions. Empowering voice eco-system distributors and resellers with a toolbox of deployment, maintenance and support features giving vendors a clear edge over their competition. The cutting-edge features delivered through the intuitive UI allow any compatible IP device to be deployed and provisioned to any chosen call control platform and further maintained whilst in their in-life state. Delivered through the distribution channel and nurturing long term customer retention, by allowing organisations to easily adopt the latest IP technologies. Bridging the gap between traditional telecoms and IP based SIP technology adoption.
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