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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your Microsoft Office 365, Lync, OCS, or LCS users to their colleagues on virtually any UC platform.
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your Cisco WebEx Messenger, Unified Presence Server (CUPS), or Jabber XCP users with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform.
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your users on IBM Sametime platforms with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your users on BroadSoft environments with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your users on OpenScape environments with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform.
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your users on Google Apps Domains with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform.
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your users on OpenFire environments with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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News

June 26, 2014

NextPlane Announces Secure Communications Support for Cisco WebEx Messenger

UC Exchange Customers with Cisco WebEx Messenger now have secure B2B UC Collaboration with their partners regardless of their UC platforms. Sunnyvale, CA, June 26, 2014… Read More »

June 10, 2014

NextPlane Joins Forces with BroadSoft to Enhance Unified Communications Collaboration Capabilities to BroadSoft’s Customers

BroadSoft Service Providers Can Extend Their Solutions to Incorporate B2B Collaboration Sunnyvale, CA, June 10, 2014 – NextPlane, the leading provider of B2B UC Collaboration and… Read More »

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Blog

August 19, 2014

The Cost of Federating through AIM Enterprise

Initially, when AOL terminated Public IM Connectivity (PIC) federation on June 30th, they didn’t leave IBM Sametime and Microsoft Lync customers completely high and dry. These… Read More »

July 25, 2014

What Is the CSCW Matrix and How Does It Change B2B UC Collaboration?

Computers have been around for quite some time, but it wasn’t until 1984 that Irene Greif and Paul Cashman coined the term “computer supported cooperative work”… Read More »

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