Join Our Unified Communications Webinar on December 14th featuring Amy Lind, an IDC Research Manager

Register now to save your spot for our live webinar on Thursday, December 14th from 10:30 – 11:30 CT.

Businesses want a better way to let their remote employees collaborate and communicate—that’s not a secret. For growing businesses, having a solution like this is essential to increase productivity and stay connected. A unified communications (UC) plan can help your business do this and more.

In our upcoming live Help Your Business Grow with Unified Communications webinar webinar at 10:30 CT on December 14th, we’ll tell you why businesses like yours should upgrade to a UC plan for a better way to keep your team connected with email, instant messaging, video, and phone conferencing.

Think about your business’s current communication plan. Does it get in the way of how your business operates? Now, imagine if your phone system could easily scale with your business, enable your teams to operate from anywhere, and free you to focus on your customers. That’s pretty good, right?

During this live webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Why more businesses are upgrading from traditional communication plans.
  • How unified communications improves productivity, revenue, and market growth.
  • What other businesses like yours gained from upgrading.

When you register for our webinar, you’ll get expert advice on how your company can benefit from implementing a unified communications plan from Amy Lind, Research Manager with IDC’s Enterprise Voice & IP Communications Services program. In her research, Lind has traced the evolution of enterprise voice services including the migration legacy voice to emerging services.

And the webinar will be hosted by Frontier Communications Director of Data Product Management for Commercial Sales and Marketing, Lisa Partridge. With over 20 years of experience in telecommunications, including strategy, regulation, and engineering, Partridge handles product development and lifecycle management for complex data applications.

Now that’s worth talking about.




Frontier Communications offers voice, broadband, satellite video, wireless Internet data access, data security solutions, bundled offerings, specialized bundles for small businesses and home offices, and advanced business communications for medium and large businesses in 29 states with approximately 28,000 employees based entirely in the United States.

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