Ooma provides UCaaS via Ooma Business, Ooma Office and Ooma Enterprise – PART 1, Podcast


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Most telephony service providers target certain segments of the market. Ooma delivers business solutions based on the size of the company and their individual needs. Most do not fit into the cookie cutter mold. Most need hybrid solutions with some premise-based equipment and the rest in the cloud. Ooma can do it all. David Beagle Dave Beagle, Head of Channels with Ooma, speaks with Don Witt of the Channel Daily News, a TR publication about their UCaaS solution. Based on the size of the company and their needs, Ooma can provide SIP trunks, an all cloud solution or a hybrid. The Ooma hybrid model has allowed them to reach industries like clinics, hospitals, hospitality, senior living homes, and many more. Listen in as Dave explains Ooma’s approach to the hybrid model and how they embrace hybrid opportunities. Ooma is dedicated to empowering customers to connect in smarter ways. Ooma creates powerful connected experiences for businesses and consumers which it delivers from its smart cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) platform. Ooma’s business and consumer phone service solutions are each ranked #1 by customers in third party surveys. For businesses, Ooma Office phone service enables small businesses to sound and act like a big business, with powerful features including desktop and mobile apps so users can work from anywhere. Ooma Enterprise phone service provides larger businesses with a complete unified communications as a service (UCaaS) solution that can be customized to meet the individual needs of complex organizations. Ooma Connect delivers innovative fixed wireless internet to businesses, for both back-up and primary use. For more information, go to: https://www.ooma.com/

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