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MaxxConnect for Microsoft Teams

Complete cloud-based direct routing voice solution to help drive productivity, bring together collaboration and voice to build a modern workplace.
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Generate A Full Enterprise Calling Experience In The Cloud

MaxxConnect delivers a seamless PSTN telephony service, which provides domestic and international calling capabilities, as part of Microsoft® Teams via phone system or direct routing. As a result, you can achieve more efficient, scalable and reliable day-to-day communications - enabling Teams to become a unified cloud-based communication platform delivering the benefits of a traditional phone system combined with the collaborative power of teamwork.

SIP Trunking Provides Business Efficiencies And Reduces Costs

MaxxConnect connects Intrado carrier-grade SIP trunking technology and external telephony circuits to Teams, via their qualified gateway. There are standard features such as; DID porting and international outbound dialling, but there are additional feature add-ons also available. It is delivered over virtually any MPLS network and the Internet, providing the efficiency and economic benefits of network convergence and eliminating the need for local PSTN gateways and costly PRIs.

Unrivalled Support to Handle Even the Most Complex Scenarios

Businesses can receive exceptional service, with Intrado’s/West’s proven ability to support Microsoft technologies at all lifecycle and deployment phases. A state-of-the-art NOC, customer service and support desk and a well-defined team of architects, engineers and overlay technicians, which will provide support, design and consultations for those looking to move their voice to the cloud.

As a Microsoft Gold Communications Tier 1 Partner, Intrado has extensive experience in cloud and hosted voice communications solutions.

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