Eastern DataComm Now Partnering with 8x8, Inc. to Provide Unified Cloud Communications, Collaboration and Contact Center Solutions to Their Clients

Hackensack, NJ, December 15, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Eastern DataComm is now offering an additional suite of cloud communications, collaboration and contact center solutions for their client base. 8x8, Inc., a leading provider of truly unified cloud communications, now joins Eastern DataComm’s technology product line.

Most notable for Eastern DataComm clients is 8x8’s industry-leading, easy-to-manage, cloud-based communications, collaboration, and contact center platform, which includes voice, video, messaging, mobile app and more, and captures data analytics on every interaction.

“Offering 8x8, Inc. solutions to our customers was an easy decision for us,” says Al Harnisch, President at Eastern DataComm. “As a UCaaS and CCaaS market leader for midmarket and enterprise companies, 8x8 communications and contact center solutions are a great opportunity for us to continue to grow in this market and provide best-in-class, cloud systems to our customers.”

“We are excited to partner with Eastern DataComm and bring added value to their line of communication and safety solutions,” said Christopher Peter, Global Channel Chief for 8x8, Inc. “Our expertise in delivering truly unified cloud communications, collaboration and contact center solutions will pair perfectly with Eastern DataComm’s expertise in the business market in NJ and NY.”

About Eastern DataComm
Since 1988, Eastern DataComm continues to provide end-to-end solutions for a broad range of voice communications and data networking solutions including IP telephone systems, data networking, video surveillance, emergency notification solutions and cabling. Providing solutions to over 1,000 businesses, municipalities, schools and libraries in New Jersey and the New York Metro area, Eastern DataComm delivers effective, understandable solutions that help you work faster and easier, on time and within budget.
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