Vonage gUnify Connector under Oracle Cloud Marketplace Augments Business Communication Procedures
HOLMDEL, N.J: Vonage recently rolled out its gUnify Connector designed especially for Oracle Sales Cloud. Vonage is a member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) and the availability of gUnify within Oracle Cloud Marketplace offers communication industries an integrated platform of voice and critical business applications. The platform allows companies to expand their businesses in the cloud with the extended solutions of Oracle Sales Cloud.
"gUnify Connector for Oracle Sales Cloud responds to an immediate need for companies of all sizes that rely on real time collaboration to help their businesses grow. Vonage is focused on providing the right products and the right features to ensure that we are helping businesses large and small to connect and do business better", says Joe Redling, Chief Operating Officer, Vonage.
The tough competitions between communication service providers had already taken off long back and Vonage has always been a recognized firm in this space that delivers best in class cloud communication services as compared to its competitors. Its offered product suites are flexible, portable and also easy to use that can manage multiple devices. gUnify Connector has been designed in such a manner that it can strengthen client’s interactions and manage key functionalities within Oracle Sales Cloud at real time.
The gUnify Connector eliminates the purchasing requirement of any equipment or software for Oracle Sales Cloud. The combinations of Oracle Sales Cloud and Vonage Business cloud-based communications system leads users to click simply for making and answering calls, and call conferencing without interrupting the Oracle Sales Cloud screen. Additionally, the combined platform allows users to use it as a device or as an operating system .Vonage new division has been featured for Salesforce, Zendesk, Clio and Gmail connectors and provides users screen pop up feature for incoming calls or outgoing calls. On the other hand its technology automatically takes note at the time of incoming and outgoing calls that help users to avoid any data loss. Thereby, it helps customers to regain their missed information and reduces manual efforts on CRM system updates.
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