How It Works
NextPlane enables users on different team collaboration platforms, cloud-based phone services, and UC & enterprise messaging solutions to connect with their colleagues, inside or outside the enterprise.
Users can chat and DM each other with rich text, GIF, and emoji reactions, share presence status, participate in channel discussion, and share files without leaving their preferred platforms.
NextPlane acts as a universal hub to perform protocol, content, and API translations between API-based team collaboration platforms, like Slack Microsoft Teams, Webex Teams, and/or SIP or XMPP based UC solutions, such as Avaya IX Workplace, Cisco Jabber, and Microsoft Skype for Business.
Federation and Interoperability Capabilities
and IM messages
with Rich Text
|Presence||Chat||User Profiles||Channels||Rich Text/Emojis||File Sharing|
|Microsoft Skype for Business Online(O365)|
|Microsoft Skype for Business 2019|
|Microsoft Skype for Business 2016|
|Microsoft Lync 2013|
|Cisco WebEx Teams|
|Cisco Unified Communications |
Manager IM & Presence Service
|Cisco WebEx Messenger|
|Google G-Suite Hangouts Chat|
|Zoom Meetings & Chat|
|Chicago Mercantile Exchange|
|Chicago Mercantile Exchange Pivot|
|Symphony Secure Collaboration|
|Avaya IX Workplace|
provision their domains for federation. Using the management portal, you can onboard your company’s
UC and TC domains and establish federation quickly and easily.
View a graphical representation of which domains and companies your company is federated with, as well as which additional non-sponsored companies are connected to your domains.
Utilize charts and graphs containing up to 12 months of data on the number of unique users, as well as how many messages your users exchanged.
View the directory of over 1,000 federation-ready companies your company can connect with and send federation requests.
events that may negatively impact the federated traffic to or from your domains.
The ConverseCloud service delivers encrypted, enterprise-grade, cloud-based security, including:
256 Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
Secure XMPP (both over TLS and dial-back)
ConverseCloud does not store the content of the messages sent through the platform. The service protects members’ UC platforms by only directing authorized traffic to them. As a result, hackers and rogue entities cannot mount XMPP or SIP DoS/DDoS-type attacks to disrupt UC environments.