NextUC Announces Telephone Number Porting

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NextUC will support porting of customer telephone numbers in Q3 of 2012.

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"Telephone number porting is seeing strong demand from our customers" says Bob Barnes, EVP of Product Sales and Marketing

NextUC announces that telephone number porting has been targeted to be supported in the third quarter of 2012. NextUC is a team communication and collaboration platform that is based on Microsoft Lync, and number porting is currently the most requested new product enhancement by current customers.    

NextUC will automate the number porting process like it has the rest of its product suite. Customers will be able to submit the requests online and follow the process as it progresses. The goal is to put the customer in control and provide them the transparency they desire on the entire process.

“Telephone number porting is seeing strong demand from our customers,” said Bob Barnes, EVP Product Sales and Marketing, “we are excited to get this into the roadmap and provide another key feature to our product.”

Telephone number porting is a somewhat tricky process where a current telephone provider has to work with a new telephone provider in a process to move business away from the current provider. NextUC is leveraging its deep telecom background to make this process as easy and painless for its customers as possible. NextUC is also approaching the final solution with an eye to change the dynamic for the customer. The goal is to provide customer facing tools and let the customer control the process as much as possible. Give them the power and let them make the decisions, but do it with very clean.

NextUC is seeing amazing response from customers who are looking for a cloud based collaboration platform. Customers can be up and fully functional in about 5 minutes including telephone calling. The platform includes web conferencing, audio conferencing, video conferencing, unified communications, unified messaging when integrated to Microsoft’s Office 365 (http://www.nextuc.com/why-nextuc/office-365-voice/) and much more.

NextUC encourages businesses to try the service for no charge for 60 days. Try web conferencing, outbound calling, Microsoft Unified Messaging, desktop sharing, rich presence and everything else that Microsoft Lync provides at no risk. Allow your team to produce more with much less friction with NextUC.

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