07 Jan Windstream Enterprise Named 2020 UCaaS Innovation and Growth Leader by Frost & Sullivan
Recognized for strategic solutions and notable market advancements.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Windstream Enterprise (WE), a managed communications service provider, has been selected as a leader in growth and industry innovation in the 2020 Frost Radar™ report for its award-winning Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) solutions.
“The Frost Radar: North American Hosted IP Telephony and UCaaS Market” investigates the current hosted telephony and UCaaS landscape to determine industry shifts and strategic development. As a result, Windstream Enterprise has been ranked as one of the top 30 providers, hand-picked out of 120 contenders, for demonstrating strong results from strategic investments and continuous enhancements to its UCaaS solutions.
“Windstream Enterprise is among the largest business voice and data network, communications, cloud and managed services providers in the U.S.,” said Elka Popova, vice president and senior fellow, information and communications technologies at Frost & Sullivan. “Windstream Enterprise’s success in next-generation VoIP services has been driven by organic growth and a highly successful M&A strategy, boosting its UCaaS market position and broader capabilities with a diversified hosted services portfolio that comprises various options to deliver the best value for specific customer needs.”
The Frost & Sullivan Radar accredits Windstream Enterprise’s flagship OfficeSuite UC® offering for its strong capabilities and vision, complemented by UCaaS and CCaaS solutions based on Avaya and Mitel technologies, which enable the company to innovate at its own pace. This powerful combination sets Windstream Enterprise apart from most telco companies that are more dependent on third parties for technology development.
In addition to featuring Windstream Enterprise’s custom-designed, fully managed UCaaS, the report calls attention to the company’s superior service security, quality and reliability through MPLS and SD-WAN service delivery, geo-redundant data centers and strong SLAs.
“Amidst heightened challenges brought on by COVID-19, including the unprecedented rise in remote work, businesses are discovering first-hand the value of communications and collaboration technologies as the glue upholding business continuity and accelerating digital transformation,” said Layne Levine, president at Windstream Enterprise. “Our resilient, cloud-based unified communications solutions can be deployed rapidly—for less—and will future-proof organizations today and well beyond this pandemic.”
Windstream Holdings is a privately held communications and software company. Windstream offers managed communications services, including SD-WAN and UCaaS, and high-capacity bandwidth and transport services to businesses across the U.S. The company also provides premium broadband, entertainment and security services through an enhanced fiber network and 5G fixed wireless service to consumers and small and midsize businesses primarily in rural areas in 18 states. Additional information is available at windstream.com or windstreamenterprise.com. Follow us on Twitter at @Windstream.
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