AVANT Analytics Provides First Comprehensive Research Report on Unified Communications as a Service During COVID-19
Latest “6-12 Report” provides actionable insight for enterprise decision-makers to evaluate their unified communications system for next six to 12 months
AVANT Analytics, the market research division of AVANT Communications (“AVANT”), a platform for IT decision-making and the nation’s premier distributor for next generation technology, released its 6-12 Report for Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS), the first comprehensive report with findings related to the pandemic’s impact on enterprise technology.
This AVANT 6-12 Report is designed to help business leaders understand the UCaaS marketplace in the midst of COVID-19, determine the most important factors in a unified communications migration decision, and decide whether their existing legacy solutions are meeting their needs. Working in conjunction with their Trusted Advisors, readers can look to the 6-12 Report to help them to better evaluate which UCaaS systems and related options will provide them with a fully unified and fully compatible communications solution that simplifies management, strengthens interoperability and reduces cost.
This is the third installment in a series of 6-12 Reports designed to help business leaders assess whether the featured technology is a viable option for their companies over the next six to 12 months. The report leverages data collected by AVANT through the course of real world engagements in solving customer technology needs. Insights are also based on customer surveys, external data, and extensive interviews with subject matter experts.
“Unified communications is experiencing its fastest growth ever in the midst of COVID-19,” said Ken Presti, Vice President of AVANT Research and Analytics. “Years’ worth of digital transformation has occurred within just the last few months. This report helps enterprise decision makers determine the state of their communication capabilities, and how they can escalate those capabilities to a higher level through UCaaS.”