Press Release

NFON UK, an entity of NFON AG, Europe’s leading Cloud telephony provider is pleased to formally announce a partnership with ScanSource Communications, a leading global provider of technology products and solutions. ScanSource Communications will offer the full NFON product portfolio, giving voice resellers a one-stop shop for Cloud PBX and PSTN termination. The products will initially launch in the UK, with expansion to other European territories planned for 2017.

Cloud telephony adoption is growing exponentially across the UK. Illuma Research indicates that currently 5% of the UK business telecoms market is Cloud-based and that the Cloud telephony segment is increasing by 30% year on year. The NFON Cloud Telephone System is trusted by thousands of businesses across Europe. The platform has been developed in-house and is maintained by a team of skilled specialists. It can be fully integrated with Skype for Business (NFON for Skype for Business), Microsoft Outlook and a number of CRM applications, and also boasts IM and presence functions.

Rami Houbby, Managing Director, NFON UK: “Our UK operation has grown massively last year and our channel program has been a strategic priority for the business. We are thrilled to have this partnership with ScanSource Communications – by adding our portfolio its voice reseller customers will have access to an end-to-end solution. NFON is the only cloud solution able to handle all sizes of enterprises across all industries.”

ScanSource is offering a special incentive for voice resellers in Q1 of 2017. Resellers can contact their ScanSource Communications sales rep for more information. Paul Emery, Vice President, ScanSource Communications, UK: “The cloud-based UC market continues to grow at a rapid pace. Our reseller partners are looking for a total solution to offer their end user that is not only feature-rich but also competitively priced and NFON fits that bill. What’s more, resellers are able to bill their end users on a monthly basis, ensuring our partners are staying ahead of the competition as the industry continues to move to an ‘as-a-service’ model.”