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SAS International Greenlights Fuze for UC
SAS (News - Alert) International is moving all of its IT and communications infrastructure to the cloud. As part of the effort the British interior building products manufacturer has contracted with Fuze.
Fuze provides unified communications and collaboration capabilities, which are available on any device. Those services include enterprise voice, messaging, and HD audio and video conferencing. Fuze solutions allow for real-time content sharing, enterprise app integration, and security. The company also delivers analytics and a platform API. And it has contact center capabilities including management visibility, skill-based call routing, and workforce management.
SAS International joins a growing roster of Fuze customers. Others are Ascendis Pharma, Boon Edam, FIME, iPayment, NHST, and The Rockport Group.
Winning the business of SAS International is just one in a long line of positive recent developments for Fuze.
Fuze recently appeared in the 39th position in the 2017 Cloud 100, which Forbes compiles with 25 public cloud CEOs, Bessemer Venture Partners, and Salesforce Ventures. This is a list of the hottest private tech companies in cloud computing. TMC named Fuze an INTERNET TELEPHONY 2017 Product of the Year Award winner. And Garner selected Fuze as one of five leaders in its 2016 Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications (News - Alert) as a Service, Worldwide.
This month Fuze announced a 51 percent increase in subscription revenue year over year in the first half of 2017. And earlier this year Fuze closed $30 million in funding. That puts the company’s recent round at $134 million and its total funding at $334 million.
Earlier this year Fuze named Colin Doherty CEO, Chris Conry CIO, and Chris Doggett chief sales officer. And the company in May opened a new 51,000-square-foot headquarters in Boston. At the same time, Fuze talked about its “Work from Anywhere” policy, which dovetails with the solutions it sells to other companies.
“Remote work isn’t going away any time soon,” Fuze Vice President of Marketing Eric Hanson wrote in INTERNET TELEPHONY’s first quarter 2017 issue. “In fact, it’s picking up momentum as businesses realize the productivity improvements that coincide with hiring talent where talent lives, as well as accommodating employees’ work preferences. It’s time to give them the tools they need to succeed.”
Edited by Alicia Young