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XO Communications Announces Webinar "Why Go Hosted" on Benefits of Hosted PBX Services

September 20, 2012
XO Communications Announces Webinar "Why Go Hosted" on Benefits of Hosted PBX Services

HERNDON, VA–(Marketwire – Sep 20, 2012) –  XO Communications today announced that it will host its fourth webinar aimed at helping businesses understand the benefits Hosted PBX services. Participants will hear from one company why it made the transition to a Hosted PBX solution and learn from other experts at XO Communications and Frost & Sullivan why more businesses are shifting to hosted communications solutions.
Tuesday, September 25, 2:00 pm EDT/11:00 am PDT
To register for and attend the webinar, “Why Go Hosted: The Inside Scoop,” click on the following link:
Steve Carter, Senior Manager, Enterprise Converged Voice Services, XO Communications
Elka Popova, Program Director, Unified Communications & Collaboration, Frost & Sullivan
Tim Swingler, Director of Information Services, RadNet
Eric Krapf, Co-Chair, Enterprise Connect & Editor, No Jitter
CIOs, IT Directors, Network Managers and IT Staff
In this webinar, participants will hear first-hand from an IT decision maker about why his company made the move to a hosted voice solution for his company’s large network of diagnostic imaging centers. He will tell you about:

  • His decision process for going with a Hosted PBX solution
  • Cost considerations
  • Criteria he used for selecting the right vendor
  • Benefits his company is seeing today

In addition, leading VoIP industry analyst Elka Popova of Frost & Sullivan will discuss the latest in hosted communications, including new features and adoption trends. IT and network managers who are managing multiple PBXs and considering the move to a Hosted solution won’t want to miss this webinar with valuable insights from those who know the ins and outs of Hosted PBX solutions.
More information such as white papers and videos on hosted communications solutions is available by visiting the XO Enterprise Communications Channel.

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