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CorvisaCloud Delivers Contact Center Flexibility
CorvisaCloud Delivers Contact Center Flexibility

 
April 15, 2014 11:18AM
CorvisaCloud Delivers New Level of Contact Center Flexibility with Voice and SMS Platform -- New platform gives businesses and developers the power to build custom communications solutions to meet unique business needs
 


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The new CorvisaOne platform underscores CorvisaCloud’s commitment to extending the enterprise-ready capabilities of their offerings. Key features of the CorvisaOne platform include:

• Full hosting, scaling and backend support: Provides unprecedented scalability and support for customers by eliminating the need for them to buy or maintain infrastructure or hardware.
• App creation and product modification options: CorvisaCloud’s Summit environment, based on the standard Lua programming language, allows developers to easily create applications or customize CorvisaCloud’s products to meet current and future business needs.
• Powerful developer tools: Git code management repositories, built in debugging and test frameworks and access to code libraries, allow developers to make and deploy changes with ease.
• Enterprise compliance and reliability: Maintains stringent compliance and security standards, including PCI, SOX and HIPAA, so businesses can ensure uptime and security for their critical communications systems.

“Our goal is to offer businesses the ultimate flexibility by meeting 100 percent of their needs instead of just 80 or 90%. Our new platform-plus-product model allows any customer to have the ideal voice communications solution for their business without worrying about upfront expenditures, ongoing maintenance or scalability,” said Matt Lautz, president of CorvisaCloud. “We believe this will bring significant value to enterprises with complex communication needs while letting developers focus on developing great apps instead of managing infrastructure. The opportunities for what can be created are really limitless.”

For more information on the CorvisaOne platform, please visit www.corvisacloud.com/platform.

About CorvisaCloud


CorvisaCloud brings customer success to the heart of every business interaction through our cloud-based communications software platform and consulting services. We help businesses work smarter, save money, and make customers happier… and with our passion for service, we make getting there an enjoyable experience.

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