New partnership enables prominent provider of IT solutions and managed services to add 8×8 cloud-based unified communications, team collaboration and contact center solutions to portfolio
SAN JOSE, Calif.––8×8, Inc. (NASDAQ:EGHT), the world’s first Communications Cloud provider, and Softchoice, a leading North American provider of IT solutions and managed services, announced today a partnership to bring integrated, enterprise-grade cloud communications, contact center and team collaboration solutions to midmarket and enterprise companies. With this announcement, Softchoice will now expand its cloud portfolio to sell 8×8’s industry-leading solutions and services in the United States and Canada.
“The cloud is providing companies of all sizes with an immense opportunity to increase overall productivity and profitability through improved business communication and collaboration,” said Eric Broekhof, Business Development Manager, Public Cloud at Softchoice. “We are pleased to provide our customers with access to one of the most established and reliable providers of cloud-based enterprise communications, contact center and collaboration solutions in the market. Working closely with 8×8 will enable our customers to unleash the potential of their people and business.”
The 8×8 and Softchoice partnership highlights the joint focus to deliver the highest-quality technology solutions and resources that enable midmarket and enterprise companies to quickly solve critical business needs and accelerate revenue growth.
“Softchoice has established itself as a top IT solutions and managed services provider and has demonstrated its commitment to helping companies fully realize the long-term benefits of the cloud,” said Christopher Peters, Global Channel Chief at 8×8. “Their extensive scale, reach and expertise in North America will allow us to achieve our mutual goal of providing businesses with the best possible technology solutions at the lowest cost of ownership. We look forward to working with Softchoice to tackle some of the biggest enterprise collaboration and communications challenges seen today.”