Free UC Trial From Nimans and Sipcom

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Dealers can take advantage of a free trial to assess the benefits of the Microsoft Lync UC solution, as part of a flourishing business partnership between Nimans and leading hosted PBX and Software as a Service (SaaS) specialist SIPCOM.

The two parties launched their new alliance at Convergence Summit North earlier this year to put resellers in pole position to unlock growing market opportunities – especially surrounding Unified Communications.

So far, dozens of dealers have been quick to embrace the new revenue potential where their customers can access the latest communication solutions without the need to invest in any potentially expensive infrastructure.

To further accelerate demand, resellers can experience a free 30 day hosted trial of Microsoft Lync, powered by SIPCOM, as an ideal way to ‘test the UC water’.

“SIPCOM is Microsoft’s strategic voice enablement partner in EMEA. This enables our customers to access a powerful network – stretching across Europe and North America – to take advantage of UC and capitalise on the huge revenue potential that exists, especially around technologies such as Microsoft Lync,” said Nimans’ Head of Networks, Mark Curtis-Wood.

“The free 30 day hosted trial is a great first step for resellers to experience the many benefits of Microsoft Lync and build their knowledge and confidence so that they can effectively target customer bases.”

He added: “SIPCOM has a reputation as leaders in their field which will enable dealers to compete on any level, whatever size of customers they have – from the simplest requirements to the most sophisticated. We believe that every company, big or small, should be able to benefit from the latest communications technology and SIPCOM shares this vision. This new alliance is another vital piece in the jigsaw as we reinforce our position as a complete converged communication supplier. Ultimately it’s about helping our resellers be better positioned to capture new revenue stream – and the free offer is a further illustration of this ethos.”