Xtel Communications Launches the New MaX UC
The New Max UC, a Cloud-Native Platform Iteration, Maximizes Collaboration and Cost Efficiency
As organizations continue to evolve into digital workplaces, Xtel Communications, an innovative telecom, cloud and network security solutions specialist, launches the new MaX UC. The cloud-native Unified Communications (UC) platform is fully equipped with integrated calling and collaboration features to enable greater scalability and agility while increasing productivity across teams.
From an operational perspective, the new MaX UC significantly reduces and streamlines expenses, eliminating multiple bolt-on costs and additional providers by bringing everything under a single pane of glass.
Top full telephony MaX UC intuitive and reliable features include:
- High-quality audio optimized for Wi-Fi, 3G/4G connections
- New user features, including a single-window, multi-pane interface, enhanced with better context
- Improved video meetings capabilities for up to 200 participants
- Integration with Microsoft Teams via MaX UC Connector
Studies show that although many organizations have shifted from on-prem services, a considerable amount have yet to adapt to full cloud-based digital UC solutions.
“MaX UC simplifies the transition to a unified communications platform and extends beyond traditional desk environments, improving operations across healthcare and other frontline industries,” said Rachael Doolin, Director of Partner and Customer Relations at Xtel. “Moreover, it boosts customer experience and enables businesses to compete for top talent amid current labor shortages.”
“In a competitive, evolving market, businesses need the most robust, secure and flexible solutions to empower better collaboration and a mobile-first workplace,” said Vince McKernan, Senior Director of Sales at Xtel. “The new MaX UC keeps teams connected wherever they are across devices and is a vital part of business continuity and strategy. It’s also ultra-secure and provides a truly native experience, reducing the strain on IT departments.”
To learn more about MaX UC, click here.