Business VoiceEdge launched by Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA)
Last week, Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA)’s Comcast Business announced certain new capabilities for a cloud-based PBX solution that SMB’s use, Business VoiceEdge. This solution expands video-calling features and unified communications to the modern-day workforce. Not only is this workforce highly spread-out but is becoming increasingly mobile as well. Now, users can very conveniently manage UC features via their iOS or Android devices.
This new solution will be easily available via in 39 states through the company’s well-managed Internet Protocol Network. Very recently, Business VoiceEdge earned Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) top position in the 2013 Infonetics VoIP Service Leadership Scorecard in North America.
The need of the hour
Infonetics Research’s Principal Analyst for VoIP, UC & IMS, Diane Myers said that today, organizations are integrating cloud computing in a big way in their offices. Bring-your-own-device or BOYD is another very common phenomenon and the need is for mobile solution that will deliver these kinds of unified communications is growing.
The need of the hour is a mobile work environment that will allow today’s diverse workforce to collaborate and communicate with each other to deliver excellent customer service. Consequently, it will lead to increased productivity, improve the business processes and also reduce costs.
The vice-president, product management at Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA), John Guillaume said that the company’s Business VoiceEdge solution provides workers with uninterrupted voice and UC that are very closely intertwined with the corporate offices and the mobile devices they prefer to use. These capabilities help employees improve communications and productivity while in the workplace. More than that it helps them do the same while they are travelling or working remotely as well.
In Friday’s trading, Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) dipped 0.02%. The opening price of the shares was $44.47 which climbed to an intraday high of $44.82 and dipped to close at $44.40. Approximately 13.42 million shares were traded on Friday. An average volume of 9.49 million shares were traded over 30 days.