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LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Aug. 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Windstream Enterprise (WE), a leading supplier of advanced network communications, announced today that OfficeSuite UC®, its flagship UCaaS solution, surpassed 300,000 seats on the platform in the second quarter, representing 20 percent growth year-over-year.

“Improving employee productivity and customer engagement are critical IT imperatives for most businesses,” said Joseph Harding, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for Windstream Enterprise & Wholesale. “OfficeSuite is just one piece of our growing UCaaS portfolio we’re investing in to help businesses of all sizes make the transition to the cloud with solutions that deliver cost-effective, best-in-class customer and employee experiences.”

Windstream Enterprise attributes the growth in OfficeSuite seats to rapid product development based on:

  • User-community input quickly deployed and built on 100 percent proprietary code;
  • Intuitive, easy-to-use portal with the ability to manage on any device; and
  • Highly secure infrastructure with everything stored in the Cloud versus on a PBX system or handset.

As added recognition to the breadth of the company’s UCaaS portfolio, TMC, a global integrated media company, recently named Windstream Enterprise’s Powered-by-Avaya XCaaS solution as a 2018 Unified Communications Product of the Year, including Avaya’s Breeze/Oceana and Equinox platforms.

In addition to its proprietary OfficeSuite UC® and contact center services, Windstream Enterprise offers its SD-WAN Concierge™, Cloud Connect and industry-leading Wi-Fi solutions. It also offers a range of complementary network and communications solutions including integrated network security, and access, transport and business continuity solutions including Wavelength Services with Optical Encryption, Ethernet and Fixed Wireless that are collectively designed to help businesses increase productivity, improve ROI and win. More at windstreamenterprise.com.

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