NextUC to Release iPhone, iPad and Android Apps

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NextUC to release iPhone, iPad and Android apps to further enhance mobility story. Lync provides a strong foundation and NextUC is building an improved application suite to deliver an even better user experience.

NextUC, a unified communications service that provides a full voice-enabled hosted Lync product and PBX replacement for businesses nationwide, just announced the release of apps for iPhone, iPad and Android. These apps will be free downloads in the app stores and will deliver an enhanced mobile experience for the already strong product support for mobile workers.

The release of the NextUC apps, 3rd party application availability from companies like Xync and Microsoft’s soon to be released Lync Mobile all create a very powerful mobile device support echo system that NextUC users can leverage.

With NextUC customers get access to a cloud based Microsoft Lync environment with full PSTN/Telephony support. Companies can subscribe and be up and running on Microsoft Enterprise Lync in minutes with 100% functionality and can then extend functionality through a growing number of product integrations and partnerships. This approach has enabled NextUC to get to market with a very powerful offering and has enabled the company to add users at a very impressive rate.

NextUC provides clients the flexibility to make phone calls from their PC’s, MACs, iPads and other devices. Companies and users can choose new or port existing numbers and chat with users on other platforms, such as MS Live. Other advanced features include: federating with Office 365, and full unified messaging integration with any other email provider.

NextUC is currently offering a free trial of NextUC Enterprise, a comprehensive bundled service that includes secure chat, presence, unlimited calling to computers and PSTN, audio, video and web conferencing, unified messaging (Voice-to-text) and email integration and NextUC Messenger, a hosted secure chat and presence service. Customers interested in trying the service can sign up for a limited-time free BETA trial.

NextUC is delivered to all of the main operating systems on the desktop as well as mobile environments including Windows, iOS, Android and Windows phone. “The term Mobile Worker should be shortened simply to Worker. Businesses today can benefit from improved employee morale and production at the same time by leveraging tools like NextUC to encourage work from anywhere and availability at all times,” said Bob Barnes, EVP of Sales, Marketing and Business Development.

About NextUC
NextUC is a cloud-based communications product providing enterprise-class voice, messaging, conferencing, collaboration and mobility capabilities from a single unified client, hosted Microsoft Lync, all provided by CallTower. For a monthly subscription fee, NextUC replaces all of your voice and conferencing providers and streamlines your multiple communications channels into one collaboration platform that improves your team’s efficiency and productivity. NextUC works on all operating systems including Windows, iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry. For more information please visit

About CallTower
CallTower is a leading provider of cloud-based enterprise-class unified communications (UCaaS) that integrates business phone service, email hosting, unified messaging, presence, instant messaging, conferencing and collaboration tools into one reliable platform. CallTower partners with leading technology providers: Cisco® (Unified Communications Manager) and Microsoft® (Office Communications Server, Lync Server, Exchange Server and SharePoint), integrating these services through CallTower’s proprietary vXML Voice Cube voice messaging platform. With CallTower, organizations gain the functionality of all available advanced Unified Communications features in a reliable, stable and scalable environment, without the complexity and costs of implementing, managing and upgrading solutions internally. For more information please visit


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