Recently I was at UC EXPO in London. It was a great opportunity to meet with customers, partners, industry analysts and new business contacts. And a lovely time of year to visit the UK.

Communications is a global business. Particularly so for Voxbone as a leading provider of DIDs (or DDI rather) in 55+ countries. I was curious having recently attended Enterprise Connect in Orlando, FL (a very similar US event) a few weeks earlier to compare it with UC Expo London.

Despite subtle differences in industry tech lingo and of course accents the themes were extremely similar. Skype for business, UCaas, SIP Trunking and WebRTC are the hot topics this Spring on both sides of the Industry pond.

UCaas providers are rapidly taking market share as more and more obsolete PSTN equipment is decommissioned and often replaced with Cloud solutions. Enterprises appear eager to take advantage of the native conferencing feature sets in their new UC platforms to reduce costs, for example via Lync Server 2013 and Office 365 E4 licenses combined with Voxbone inbound SIP Trunking.

Recently Voxbone opened an office in London to be closer to it’s over 100 customers in the UK. And Voxbone’s headquarters in Brussels is only two hours away on the Eurostar train.

So if we missed you at UC Expo, you are warmly invited to meet with our amazing team in London.

Meanwhile, please also take a look at this interview I did with Steve McCaskill, Deputy Editor of TechWeekEurope, answering the question you dear reader have likely long been asking yourself… “What is Voxbone”:


And don’t miss my one minute Voxbone pitch (register right now for an account if I succeed in persuading you. It only takes 2 minutes :-):


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