PanTerra Unified Communications as a Service OverviewUNIXBusinessApplication

What is PanTerra Unified Communications as a Service?
PanTerra Unified Communications as a Service, the All-In-One Call, Text, Conference, Fax, Web Meeting Cloud Solution, that delivers powerful yet easy-to-use unified communications capabilities replacing your outdated PBX with a cloud technology that seamlessly integrates all your mobile and desktop devices.
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New Mexico Workforce Management
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What users are saying about PanTerra Unified Communications as a Service pricing:
  • "There is a zero startup cost and there were great options when they provided us a quote."

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Seamless onboarding, good support, cost-efficient, and the mobile app allows me to work from anywhere

What is our primary use case?

The mobile app allows me to work remotely from anywhere. My company went remote during Covid and decided to stay that way. They integrated Streams for its employees and it has been a game-changer for me.

Pros and Cons

  • "I love the fact that I have my laptop on my phone and can work from anywhere without ever missing a call or message."
  • "The only thing I would like to see in the future is the implementation of Office Teams for forms use and sharing."

What other advice do I have?

This is a product that will be forever changing and growing, so it is here to stay. With being in the IT industry, technology is always changing and improving and I understand that companies must be able to adapt to those changes in order to be competitive. Although no system is perfect, I have yet to find any issues with Streams that need improvements.