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West IP Communications and Cisco: Curing Communications Madness
February 26, 2013 @ 01:41 PM | By James Whitemore

Across the nation, businesses are facing an epidemic: Communication madness! The symptoms include increased pressure to deploy unified communications, mobility and deal with B.Y.O.D. – all without the appropriate resources.

The cure can be found in hosted cloud communications through the use of platforms like Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS). But not all HCS providers are the same. HCS requires a secure, reliable platform–without it things fall apart. But with most providers just getting into the “cloud,” it can lead to client issues like lack of support, installation delays and business interruption.

So who can help you administer the cure for this madness? West IP Communications and Cisco. With more than 12 years of experience delivering hosted communications, we are positioned to deliver Cisco HCS like no other provider can.

Check out this short video about VoiceMaxx CE, our HCS-based platform, and let us know what you think of it below! And to read more about it, click here.

West IP Communications and InterCall are both owned by West Corporation, and the West IP team provides UC solutions for many InterCall customers.

James WhitemoreJames Whitemore is senior vice president of sales and marketing at West IP Communications, the team that delivers InterCall’s unified communication services. InterCall and West IP Communications are both a part of West Corporation. James holds a B.A. (Hons) degree in Business from Newcastle University in the U.K. and currently resides in Boulder, CO. In his downtime, James is an avid skier with an enthusiasm for traveling and car collecting.

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