STEP LOGIC receives Microsoft Gold Partner Status in Communications

04 June 2015

Receiving this status confirms both the high professionalism of STEP LOGIC specialists and the sheer scope of successfully completed projects, in which the customers highly valued the quality of completed works and conformance of the implemented solutions to requirements.

The Microsoft Communications specialisation allows the implementation of the entire range of projects related to unified communications based on Microsoft Lync* including design, implementation and technical support of systems.

STEP LOGIC offers solutions for integration of Microsoft Lync* products with Customer’s existing systems, while expanding their capabilities and keeping the previous investments.

To perform non-standard tasks, STEP LOGIC develops additional modules, thereby expanding the functions of the unified communications systems based on Microsoft Lync*.

In 2014, STEP LOGIC received the status of Polycom Gold Solution Advisor; the company’s specialists possess extensive experience of integration of the unified communications system based on Microsoft Lync* with Polycom videoconferencing systems. Microsoft and Polycom are strategic partners in the sphere of building unified communications systems. As a result of integrating products of both vendors, the unified solution for joint work with transparent interaction between systems is achieved.

The company has deployed a demo laboratory including Microsoft Lync* infrastructure, principal infrastructure products and Polycom terminals as well as solutions by other vendors. The laboratory carries out deep integration between Polycom and Microsoft Lync* products. Availability of the laboratory allows practicing any scenarios at the bench and demonstrating capabilities to customers.

*Please bear in mind that in the early 2015 Microsoft declared the change of the name of its MS Lync product to Skype For Business. Starting from May 1, 2015, MS Lync is only available for ordering under this name.

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