UniVoIP Cloud Voice for Microsoft Teams Now Available on Microsoft AppSource
Cloud Voice for Microsoft Teams includes a 30-day free trial and is available on demand from the Microsoft AppSource
UniVoIP, a leading telecommunications service provider, announced the availability of its Cloud Voice for Microsoft Teams service with free 30-day trial on Microsoft AppSource, an online cloud marketplace providing line-of-business software-as-a-service (SaaS) apps from Microsoft and its partners.
Delivered as a fully managed service, UniVoIP Cloud Voice for Microsoft Teams enables users to make and receive phone calls all natively within the Teams app with consistent user experience on any device.
The onboarding and activation process is fully automated, enabling administrators to easily connect UniVoIP’s cloud voice backbone to their Microsoft 365 tenant, procure telephone numbers, and assign them to users all within minutes from a single pane of glass. The trial is free and does not require a credit card.
“By leveraging Cloud Voice for Microsoft Teams organizations may work smarter by unifying calling, messaging, meetings, and collaboration in one application.” – Michael Bacich, EVP of Sales at UniVoIP
“UniVoIP Cloud Voice for Microsoft Teams is a cloud-native solution with Azure Active Directory integration,” said Dean Manzoori, Chief Technology Officer at UniVoIP. “This streamlines the automated onboarding workflow and simplifies service deployment.”
UniVoIP Cloud Voice for Microsoft Teams does not require any premises-based appliance and there is no need for 3rd-party add-ons or plug-ins.
“Organizations of all sizes may start a 30-day free trial with fully automated, self-paced onboarding workflow,” said Michael Bacich, EVP of Sales at UniVoIP. “By leveraging Cloud Voice for Microsoft Teams organizations may work smarter by unifying calling, messaging, meetings, and collaboration in one application.”
UniVoIP provides unparalleled support with a 24/7/365 US-based support team that is always available to resolve any Voice-related requests.