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Converge Distribution Ltd Offers Kandy's Cloud-Based Unified Communications (UC) Services Across New Zealand

Kandy Communicator delivers a geolocation-enabled, easy-to-use interface

LOS ANGELES, July 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- GENBAND, a leading provider of real-time communications solutions today announced that Converge Distribution Limited (CDL) has joined its Kandy Business Solutions (branded as Nuvia in APAC) reseller ecosystem, making advanced UC solutions including Cloud PBX, Mobility and Collaboration services more broadly available throughout New Zealand.

The solution also includes the inaugural deployment of the Kandy Communicator, an intuitive, easy-to-use mobile interface built on Kandy which marries communications Platform as a Service (cPaaS), and Unified Communications as a Service (uCaaS) capabilities for the first time. Small businesses on the go can leverage the Kandy Communicator's location-based functionality to track employees' location on a map if enabled by the employee, who retains full control over their visibility in accordance with privacy requirements.

"We're focused on supporting local resellers that supply managed services models, and we turned to GENBAND once again to ensure that we're providing them the best offer on the market," said Ali Ebrahim, Director, Sales & Technology, Converge Distribution Limited. "Nuvia offers the business-critical capabilities enterprises crave, coupled with a simple and effective cloud delivery mechanism, while Kandy Communicator offers consumer app-like ease of use."  

The agreement enables end-users to cost-effectively replace their on-prem PBXs with a suite of market-read, easy-to-install cloud UC services, gaining enhanced productivity via integrated collaboration and mobility features. The Kandy cloud also offers communication enablement of existing services with Kandy Wrappers, pre-packaged lightweight software applications that quickly and easily embed communications within workflows.

"Converge Distribution Limited is a long-term partner for us going back to their inception," said David O'Connor, Senior Vice President APAC Sales for GENBAND. "We're pleased to provide them with the tools and solutions to help expand their business horizons with the next-generation of UC services, and look forward to having Mr. Ebrahim participate in one of our Perspectives17 breakout sessions later this week."

Built on the carrier-class elements that support millions of IP lines and billions of minutes of use at GENBAND customers worldwide, the Kandy Business Solutions infrastructure is designed for 99.999% up-time; all of the elements are redundant and all of the infrastructure is deployed in geographically redundant data-centers and is designed to support organizations of all sizes, from SMBs to large, multi-site international conglomerates. Kandy Business also leverages the full power of the Kandy CPaaS platform so users can customize the communication experience to match their specific environment.

About GENBAND
GENBAND empowers its global base of more than 700 customers in more than 80 countries to succeed via its technology leadership and intellectual property in network evolution and cloud based real-time communications software solutions and services. With networks increasingly moving to virtualized environments, service providers, enterprises, independent software vendors, systems integrators and developers globally are leveraging our innovative solutions for rapid communications service and application creation. GENBAND's market-leading portfolio, including its award-winning Kandy communications Platform as a Service, enables this transformation and delivers a comprehensive set of advanced embedded communications capabilities including voice, video, messaging, chat, presence and more, facilitating business, consumer and IoT solutions deployments with enhanced end-user collaboration experiences. GENBAND's Marketing Advantage Program provides comprehensive support to fuel our partners' success with our solutions. To learn more visit genband.com.

GENBAND, the GENBAND logo and icon are trademarks of GENBAND.

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