Unified communications and contact center solutions provider NetSapiens has been recognized by Frost & Sullivan as the fastest growing third-party platform vendor in the North American market.
The company has cemented itself as a highly respected brand amongst leading competition in the cloud communications space, in part by offering uncomplicated yet highly effective cloud solutions that cut back on additional expenses and unnecessary features. By maintaining a focus on what customers are specifically asking for, NetSapiens has separated itself from competing brands that often dismiss customer requests.
“When we started NetSapiens, it was with the goal of changing the entire way service providers procure their UC&C solutions. Since the beginning, we’ve focused on being a true partner to service providers in North America and around the world. By changing the procurement and consumption of UC&C and contact center solutions for our customers, we’ve been able to quickly grow our user base and add real value to the market,” continues Buch. “A true enabler should intrinsically align with its customers’ business objectives — this mindset has been instrumental in our rapid expansion.
As UCaaS solutions continue to become adopted by businesses across the globe, NetSapiens intends to stay focused on making communications technology as painless as possible, without compromising quality or functionality that customers expect.
“NetSapiens has decisively carved a space for itself on the leaderboard of the UC&C arena. With a disruptive pricing model based on sessions not seats and more than 18 years of innovation honing its offerings, NetSapiens has achieved distinction as a top-tier vendor,” states Anand Buch, co-founder and CEO of NetSapiens. “I am very proud that we are now ranked #4 by UCaaS seats in the North American market.”
Visit NetSapiens at ITEXPO from June 22-25 in Miami Florida to learn more about cutting edge technologies that are transforming business operations. NetSapiens will be located at booth 613.
Edited by Luke Bellos