Since our involvement in the telethon event with the Red Cross, UniVoIP has been committed to helping nonprofit organizations in the with its VoIP Phone Donation program in view of reducting overall operating costs."
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) March 24, 2016
UniVoIP, in partnership with Florida Association of Nonprofits, headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, FL is proud to announce today at NTEN’s Nonprofit Technology Conference (16NTC) that it has formed a strategic alliance to provide a new benefit for Florida Nonprofits seeking to upgrade and modernize their communication systems. With their subscription to UniVoIP’s Cloud-based Phone Solution, Florida Nonprofits receive complimentary VoIP phones, which include a robust feature set, 24/7 U.S. based customer service, monthly financial savings and a fully scalable communication solution from a leader in nonprofit technology.
This partnership will enable UniVoIP to scale its donation of advanced VoIP phones for Nonprofits and allow Florida Association of Nonprofits’ members to adopt a more secure, effective and reliable VoIP phone solution to support their outreach, fundraising efforts and overall communication programs.
Effective today, Florida Association of Nonprofits members can experience financial savings through overall reduction of overhead expenses and increase efficiency with a lean budget and with limited resources. UniVoIP’s NJPA certification allows nonprofits to bypass the traditionally long and expensive RFP bidding process with multiple vendors. This certification ensures that nonprofits migrate to cloud communications faster and in a highly affordable capacity.
Upon qualification, Florida Nonprofits will gain the opportunity to leverage UniVoIP’s Phone Donation Program, as well as, the cloud-based solution’s strategic integration with Skype for Business and Microsoft Office 365 applications. UniVoIP’s advanced enterprise voice capabilities seamlessly integrate into the Microsoft environment. Without the need for third-party voice components, gateways or Microsoft software change, organizations can now enjoy full-featured voice communications from an industry leader while leveraging customer investment with Microsoft Office 365.
“Since our involvement in the telethon event with the Red Cross, UniVoIP has been committed to helping nonprofit organizations in the United States with our VoIP Phone Donation program. It is our mission to tailor our robust feature-set and cloud-based applications to exceed the expectations of our nonprofit customers while partnering with them in their mission to create the greatest impact for their cause." said Chris Vuillaume, VP from UniVoIP.
Since 2005, UniVoIP has been a pioneering leader in Cloud Communications and VoIP technology for nonprofit organizations. Headquartered in El Segundo, California, UniVoIP has helped thousands of clients nationwide to upgrade their communications infrastructure and transform the way nonprofits connect with the world. While leveraging the most innovative and greenest technology in the industry, nonprofits and for-profits are able to become more flexible, mobile and efficient in today’s ever-evolving work environment. The feature-rich cloud-based solution offers full functionality, unified messaging, conferencing solutions, receptionist consoles, contact center solutions and more while providing 24/7 U.S. based customer support. With one provider to service all telecommunications needs at one low monthly rate, UniVoIP’s highly attractive solution continues to service organizations of all sizes.
For more information, visit http://www.UniVoIP.org
About Florida Association of Nonprofits
Florida Nonprofits is a statewide center and professional network of 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organizations in Florida. A nonprofit leader founded it in 1989 to enhance the well being of all people in the communities by building the capacity of the nonprofit sector. In addition, they continuously assists 52,000 nonprofits to reach their mission by strengthening their leadership, management, financial, and public policy capacity.