Delray Beach, Fla., January 17, 2014 – The Cloud Communications Alliance (CCA), the only industry peer association specifically dedicated to the advancement of cloud communications technologies, announced that gUnify has become the organization’s latest member. gUnify’s unified communications apps for Google users is an innovative solution for hosted VOIP providers that enhances their voice offering to the Google Apps customers.
As part of the CCA, gUnify will enjoy direct communication with industry leaders whose primary goal is to help customers efficiently and cost-effectively store, access and share information via cloud communications solutions. gUnify executives will also have access to networking, educational and corporate resources to help them support, promote and grow their business.
We are so excited to have been accepted as a member in the Cloud Communications Alliance. This community of industry leaders and company heads will help gUnify to play a more strategic role, in the direction of cloud communications as it relates the enterprise. gUnify is extremely honored to have been included in this elite membership of companies”.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, gUnify is the first Sponsoring member of the Cloud Communicaions Alliance to specialize in developing applications that ties the Broadsoft communications platform to Google Apps. gUnify will be presenting its solutions to at the next CCA quarterly meeting scheduled to take place on January 27-28, 2014 at the W Hotel, South Beach, Miami, Florida (just prior to ITEXPO.) The event will also feature presentations by several leading executives and industry experts, as well as dinner at the “W”. More information, including a link to register, can be found at the CCA events page.
About the Cloud Communications Alliance
The Cloud Communications Alliance brings together leading cloud communications providers to promote development of the cloud communications category. Members include leading service providers, including Alteva, BluIP, Inc., Masergy, Callis Communications, DoubleHorn Communications, Globalinx, IPFone, RingCentral, SimpleSignal Inc., Stage 2 Networks, Telesphere, and Telovations. The CCA also includes several leading telecommunications vendors, including Acme Packet-Oracle, Broadsoft, Cooley, CTI Group, Edgewater Networks, Embrase, gUnify, Itopia, J-Curve, gUnify, Orecx, Polycom, Scansource and Yealink.
gUnify is the bridge for Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC) services. gUnify takes the disparate applications and services needed for a 100% cloud based UCC solution and brings them together in one seamless user experience. gUnify delivers Rich Presence, Click to Dial, Conference Calling, Reporting, and CRM integration via BroadWorks into Google Apps with a simple provisioning process. Connecting large telecom providers to Google Apps creates value and a competitive opportunity for multiple industries. Google’s share of the enterprise e-mail market is projected to reach new heights in next few years.