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Unified communications (UC) are integrated solutions that bring multiple tools, such as instant messaging (IM), conferencing, email, and voice calling, together for seamless interactions with co-workers, partners, and customers wherever work demands.

Simplify how you deliver real-time communication and collaboration solutions to your enterprise. Log into one system for voice, e-mail, IM, and conferencing. Stay on calls that move between wired and wireless environments. As a cloud-based, as-a-service offering, we offer unified communications services that integrate multiple UC tools with presence behind a single user interface.

The Fuze enterprise communications platform provides traditional PBX functionality of an on-premise switch without the traditional burdens of platform maintenance, upgrades, CAPEX spend, dealing with carriers, and unpredictable costs from your access providers. Fuze manages everything so you don’t have to, all for a low monthly cost.

With the Fuze cloud based platform, you will get so much more than a phone system. Employees can easily access all of their business communication tools such as presence, IM, SMS, MMS, audio, video conferencing and web collaboration – from any device using a single work phone number. Fuze enables seemlees teamwork by helping your employees connect faster with less complication.

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AT&T Unified Communications as a Service is ranked 8th in Unified Communications as a Service while Fuze is ranked 2nd in Unified Communications as a Service. AT&T Unified Communications as a Service is rated 0.0, while Fuze is rated 0.0. On the other hand, AT&T Unified Communications as a Service is most compared with , whereas Fuze is most compared with Agora IO, 8x8 Business VoIP, Webex and RingCentral Office.

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