Gur Lavi Communications to distribute Call2Teams in PH, rest of South East Asia

posted February 22, 2021 at 08:13 pm
by  Manila Standard Digital
Gur Lavi Communications, one of the fastest-growing telecommunications distributors in the Philippines, have partnered with Qunifi, to provide Call2Teams—the world’s easiest way to voice-enable Microsoft Teams.

Gur Lavi Communications to distribute Call2Teams in PH, rest of South East Asia

“It is exciting to be working with the innovative team at Gur Lavi. This new partnership will see the distribution of Call2Teams in the Philippines and across South East Asia. We are pleased to welcome Gur Lavi on board, to strengthen our presence in the region,” said Mark Herbert, Qunifi founder and president.

By partnering with Call2Teams, Gur Lavi recognizes they can quickly deliver a high-quality, reliable, and cost-effective solution for voice- enabling Teams.

Call2Teams sits between any phone system, PBX or SIP trunk provider, and Microsoft Teams, which means customers keep their existing carrier and phone system investment.

Using their existing DDI or extension number, end-users can make or accept calls via the Teams App, on their computers or mobile devices, with voice traffic staying on the PBX.

“We are extremely excited to have the opportunity to distribute Call2Teams in the Philippines and South East Asia. It fits perfectly with our ambition to deliver quality brands and cost-effective communication solutions to Enterprises within the region. Call2Teams provides a leading go-to-market solution for voice-enabling Microsoft Teams,” said Erwin Co, president and CEO of Gur Lavi Corp.

Contact Gur Lavi to find out more

Topics: Gur Lavi Communications , Qunifi , Call2Teams , Microsoft Teams
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