What flavor? Cloud UC or Managed UC

Available: On Demand
Speakers: Kelley McCasland, Manager of Enterprise Voice Services, Windstream

The hype over UC has become reality. Businesses of all sizes have zeroed in on the potential productivity gains from combining telephony, messaging and collaboration. They all want it, and now they can have it. UC comes in two flavors Cloud and CPE based. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, the challenging part is choosing which flavor best fits the customer’s needs.

That's where you come in. As a channel partner and trusted adviser, you can help customers understand the available options and which one is right for them. The answer will vary by customer size, number of locations, budget, financial objectives, technology procurement preferences, customization requirements and more.

Find out about managed and cloud UC solutions and how to match them to customer requirements in this Webinar sponsored by Channel Partners and Windstream Business.

In this Webinar, channel partners will:
  • Define unified communications
  • Compare managed and cloud UC delivery options
  • Identify customer characteristics best suited for managed and cloud UC solutions
  • Learn what questions to ask customers to identify the best delivery option
  • Review case studies on successful managed and cloud UC deployments


Kelly McCaslandKelley McCasland, Manager of Enterprise Voice Services, Windstream

Kelley McCasland is the Manager of Enterprise Voice Services for Windstream Business, where she is responsible for all enterprise voice services including TDM, VoIP, SIP and hosted VoIP. Her most recent focus is on the deployment of VoIP and hosted VoIP services throughout Windstream’s nationwide footprint. In her 16-year career in telecommunications, McCasland also held various product management, marketing and customer support roles for NuVox, which was acquired by Windstream in 2010, and AT&T.

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