Sprint Launches Smart UC Service Powered by BroadSoft

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Sprint announced the launch of Sprint Smart UC; an affordable "as-a-service" voice and Unified Communications productivity suite powered by BroadSoft, now a part of Cisco.

Increasing employee productivity, mobilizing the workforce, simplifying remote work, replacing legacy equipment, reducing IT operational costs, and streamlining processes are key enterprise business challenges, said Sprint. Sprint Smart UC addresses these challenges by offering a robust "work anywhere" solution that brings together fully integrated communication and collaboration services:

IM and presence, HD audio and video calling, desktop and file sharing, conferencing, mobility, real-time communications and commonly used cloud apps with one convenient interface.

The solution may be seamlessly integrated into a Sprint-converged IT platform that comprises world-class wireless, wireline and IoT solutions with one point of contact. 

Mike Fitz, VP of Product, Sprint
Administrators can now build a powerful, converged IT management platform for their enterprises while integrating Sprint Smart UC. There’s no longer a need for countless API integrations with a Sprint Business converged platform.

Jonathan Reid, Chief of Sales, BroadSoft
The Sprint Smart UC solution, coupled with Sprint’s strong converged platform capabilities, technology and next-generation networks, give CIOs and IT administrators the ability to simplify and enhance operations on every level.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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