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Vocal IP Networx Offers Microsoft Lync-Based UC
August 26, 2011 - News

CHANNEL PARTNERS — Vocal IP Networx (Booth #1431 at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo), a provider of Internet access, IP telephony and cloud services, now offers a unified communications (UC) platform, dubbed Vocal UC.

But the New York-based company didn’t just develop its own product – it’s using Microsoft’s highly regarded Lync software as the foundation for Vocal UC. To that point, Vocal UC lets users connect and collaborate so they can improve productivity, work with mobile colleagues, promote greater responsiveness and maintain regulatory compliance. Vocal UC comes with enterprise voice features, as well as deployment and management tools.

Vocal IP is a Microsoft-certified partner. Because of that, its sales engineers also are accredited on the Lync platform. That means Vocal IP agents are able to use sales engineers as resources when working to close deals. The company said internal studies show that once a Vocal IP sales engineer is involved, close ratios increase “dramatically."

And while Vocal IP didn’t say what range of commissions agents can expect to earn, it is running a sales incentive. Through September, the company is offering one month’s recurring commission for all new Vocal UC sales. Channel managers have details at Vocal IP’s booth.

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