Unified Communications Platform Provider, Conversant Technology, have launched a new brand identity and website following the successful Voice for Microsoft Teams Platform Launch.
Conversant’s new brand identity provides a much improved modernised image that better represents the company’s desire for international growth. The company’s ethos evolves around making things simple for partners which they claim was an ‘integral part’ when developing their new identity.
Their re-brand follows several months after their recent launch of their Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams platform. The platform, Voice for Microsoft Teams, launched earlier this year and has since proven to be a tremendous success for the company.
To coincide with the rebrand, Conversant have widened it’s Voice for Teams portfolio to include full PBX functionality directly from the Teams interface, integration into existing telephony infrastructure and migration from Skype for Business over to their Teams platform.
Patrick Copping, MD at Conversant Technology, stated “The Conversant development team has been developing our [Voice for Microsoft Teams] platform for several months. Conversant is the first to market with a full PBX replacement using the Teams interface and will shortly be releasing advanced features to our channel”.
Patrick Copping was the Founder and former MD of Atia Communications, the first UK based Microsoft Partner to become accredited with Microsoft Gold Communications and one of the first UK integrators to build a hosted Skype for Business platform.
Patrick continues; “Teams is a fantastic collaboration Platform. Combining Teams with our technology, our partners have the capability to offer their clients a well rounded UC&C service. The Conversant rebrand and launch of our partner tools was an essential step in our journey to becoming recognised as the platform provider of choice for Voice for Microsoft Teams”.