December 04, 2018

Fusion360 Earns 2018 Excellence Award

The cloud is a driving force of digital transformation, enabling innovation to shape the coming years. The enterprise is tasked with modernization, and cloud service providers are clamoring to meet the call with comprehensive, future-forward portfolios equipped to serve as a one-stop cloud shop. Some are doing quite well.

INTERNET TELEPHONY Magazine announced Fusion garnered a 2018 Excellence Award for the Fusion360 integrated cloud communications solution.

"We are honored to be recognized once again by TMC, an outstanding thought leader in the communications industry, for innovation in developing a powerful cloud communications solution," said Dan Foster, Fusion's Chief Revenue Officer. "Fusion's feature-rich, integrated unified communications, collaboration and advanced cloud voice solution was designed to help businesses do more as they save more, combining the benefits of the cloud with a secure, application-aware nationwide network, providing quality of service guarantees as we connect employees, offices and mobile users through our advanced cloud services platform," Mr. Foster continued.

Fusion has found great success over recent years from a combination of innovation and acquisition in order to deliver customers and its partner ecosystem with the ability to provide a single cloud source. Taking aim at customer service, Fusion360 provides voice and video calling, real time management and reporting as well as complex queuing and extended call distribution.

"Congratulations to Fusion for being honored with an INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award for innovation in IP communications. Fusion360 has demonstrated outstanding quality and has delivered exceptional solutions for its customers," stated Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC.

The cloud is an arbiter of change. It’s not just communications changing, as across the board its impact is tangible. For firms seeking to embrace this change, award winners are a strong place to start.

Are your communications in the cloud?

Edited by Maurice Nagle