The solution allows SMEs to improve productivity and lower their communication cost
GlobalOutlook, a provider of cloud-based messaging and collaboration solutions has launched GO UConnect, a one-stop solution for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Based on GlobalOutlook UC technologies, the offering is said to allow users to implement enterprise grade unified communication and collaboration solutions.
The GO UConnect suite includes telephone, web/video conferencing, secure instant messaging, document storage and sharing, collaboration on TeamSites, calendar and email at an affordable cost. In addition, IT services firms based in India can make and receive unlimited landlines and mobile calls to US and Canada phone numbers. Plus, by connecting the office in the cloud, GO UConnect is said to enable users to be productive anytime, anywhere.
The solution comes with a seamless unified interface and 24x7 certified live support and the company claims to offer a single predictable bill every month, thereby enabling users to avoid multiple invoices from multiple communication vendors.
More specifically, GO UConnect provides a secure, unified interface for the following:
Exchange email and integrated calendar
Cloud-based PBX system
Voice and Video calls
Audio, Video and Web Conferencing
Outlook integration with Presence
Desktop and application screen sharing
Team Site for document sharing, workflows and other collaboration tools
Unlimited landline and mobile calls to/from US and Canada numbers as well as landline calls to UK
"With the burgeoning SME market in India open to adopting innovative technologies helping them to quickly scale and seize global opportunities, there is an imminent requirement for Unified Communications," said Raghu Kumar, CEO of GlobalOutlook. "GlobalOutlook is the first company in India to launch Cloud-based Unified Communications hosted in India to address the emergent demand of SMEs who can now focus in their core activities and utilize cloud-based UC solutions at competitive and cost effective rates."