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Arrow and Unify bring Circuit mobile collaboration and comms platform to local market

23 Mar 17

Unify says it's serving up a new way for resellers to help deliver 'powerful and intuitive' team collaboration to customers with the launch of its Circuit mobile collaboration and communication platform across Australia and New Zealand.

Unify is delivering the offering, which it says 'enables businesses to embrace the new way to work', with distribution partner Arrow Electronics.

Circuit ‘brings voice, video, screenshare, chat and file sharing into a single view accessible from any device’ according to Unify, which is the communications software and services brand for Atos.

The secure, multi-tenant cloud offering enables disparate teams to communicate in a single tool, using the WebRTC protocol for real-time collaboration.

Mike Powrie, Unify ANZ managing director, says Australia and New Zealand are two of the most mature, early adopter cloud markets.

“Our users are trailblazers globally when it comes to utilising mobility, the cloud and innovative collaboration solutions,” Powrie says.

“Unify is proud to deliver Circuit to the ANZ market. We believe improving team collaboration brings passion back into a workplace, enhancing quality and flexibility of work and helping to deliver successful business outcomes.”

Circuit will be available to channel partners via Unify’s sole ANZ distributor, Arrow Electronics.

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