We are delighted to announce our new strategic partnership with 8×8, enabling us to strengthen our Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) technology offering.
Our partnership with 8×8, a global provider of cloud communication solutions, will further complement our existing portfolio, which comprises best of breed technology solutions across multiple industry-leading partners. Our customers will be able to benefit from enhanced UC&C opportunities as well as additional resource and expertise.
Most notably, our customers will now be able to leverage 8×8 Experience Communications as a Service (XCaaS), which includes fully integrated, cloud-native contact centre, voice, team chat, and meetings capabilities, helping to positively transform how and where they communicate.
Our CEO, Neil Muller, said: “As a result of our close working partnerships with industry-leading vendors, we are able to provide our customers with world-class IT solutions across our connected and productive spaces and I am proud to announce that our best of breed portfolio will now be further complemented by 8×8’s solutions.
“8×8’s capability provides true global reach for delivering UCaaS and CCaaS solutions, which will integrate with and work alongside our customers’ existing digital portfolios to successfully enable change and drive business growth. I am excited to see how our customers will benefit from the new partnership.”
Keith Jackson, Senior Director, EMEA Channel at 8×8, Inc, also added: “Our partners have built strong, trusted customer relationships that are instrumental to the success of our channel-first strategy.
“As the channel helps guide organisations to move from legacy, on-premises communications and customer engagement systems to the cloud, we look forward to partnering with Digital Space. The 8×8 XCaaS integrated cloud communications, collaboration and contact centre platform presents our partner community with a major growth opportunity to take advantage of this transformational shift to support new hybrid work requirements.”