Toronto, Ontario, October 10, 2013 — Buchanan Technologies, a leading enterprise IT services and solutions firm, is excited to announce its launch of Lync Complete, an end-to-end service approach for Microsoft Lync.
Lync Complete offers organizations a consultative approach to adopting Microsoft Lync as a unified messaging and telephony platform. Lync Complete provides companies with a turnkey, one-provider solution, including network assessments, solution design, deployment, hardware, device procurement, end-user training, and ongoing Lync support and maintenance.
As a Microsoft Gold Communications Partner, Buchanan’s expertise ensures that all aspects of Lync adoption are optimized and efficient for an organizations unified communications needs, making sure that the best and most cost effective solution is deployed.
“The adoption of unified communications is changing how employees work and how companies operate,” said Stephen Sweett, President of Buchanan Technologies. “And at the same time, it’s providing cost savings and increased productivity across the board. Lync Complete gives our clients the benefit of having a single-source provider and an end-to-end solution, which ultimately better serves the needs of the business and end-users.”
With Lync Complete, organizations are able to:
- Reduce overspending on unified communications needs
- Maximize the cost to benefit ratio of Lync
- Ensure that no critical components of a Lync project are overlooked
- Reduce the number of telecommunication vendors and applications
- Receive single provider management of the end-to-end solution
- Realize a mobile workforce strategy
- Receive ongoing support for end-users, servers, and software
“Buchanan Technologies has been working with Microsoft Unified Communications solutions for five years, added Sweett, “and during that time, we’ve witnessed some of the really amazing business benefits that Lync brings to the table. We believe in Lync so much that we use it as our unified communication platform for our entire global workforce.”