Microsoft Unified Communications Company Azendent to Become BlueSky UC

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Bluesky to Leverage Features for Skype for Business to Provide Affordable UC Solutions for Small Business.

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Azendent, an Austin-based company specializing in hosted unified communication solutions based on Microsoft Lync and Office 365 technologies, has changed names to BlueSky UC.

Azendent, now BlueSky UC, is number one in sales and year-over-year growth for Microsoft licensed communication products and services for small businesses in the central United States market.

Bluesky UC will continue serve its SMB and Enterprise clients with hosted Lync unified communications delivered via the cloud and eliminating the cost and complexity of traditional on-premises deployments.

As Microsoft transitions Lync to Skype for Business, Bluesky UC will continue to leverage features for small business.

Azendent, an Austin-based company that specializes in unified communication and collaboration solutions based on Microsoft Lync (soon to be Skype for Business), has changed names to BlueSky UC. Azendent made a name for itself by offering enterprise-class Lync unified communication services at prices affordable for companies with fewer than 100 employees.

The Future is Unified Communication Technology

BlueSky UC helps organizations unify voice and video calls, Lync Meetings, presence, and instant messaging (IM) making it simple to choose and switch between different forms of communication. Traditionally, to combine phone and computer communications companies would need to deploy an expensive and complex server infrastructure. BlueSky UC's cloud-based service provides both cloud-based computer and private branch exchange (PBX) phone service through their hosted Lync UC at a fraction of the time and cost typically associated with on-premise infrastructure deployments. This gives those companies the ability to have unlimited phone calls, conduct video conferencing and web conferencing, and share information from computer screens in real time. Additionally, BlueSky UC is providing all these services sometimes for a lower price than their competitors who offer only cloud based PBX or PBX systems without UC capabilities.

With Microsoft transitioning Lync to Skype for Business, Bluesky UC will continue to expand its offerings based on the expanded platform as it evolves.

BlueSky UC will carry on the Azendent reputation for being the number one in sales and year-over-year growth for Microsoft licensed communication products and services for small businesses in the central United States market.
“Cloud-based services has opened up the possibilities for small businesses to have a level of communication services that used to be reserved for large-size corporations,” Charlie Ramirez, managing partner of BlueSky UC said. “We’re excited to be a pioneer in providing these solutions for small businesses.”

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