MetTel Targets Millennials with All-in-One Mobile UC Offering

MetTel's TrueUC can be used with a smartphone or tablet.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

September 7, 2018

2 Min Read
Unified Communications

MetTel is out with TrueUC, an all-in-one UC hub geared specifically toward the millennial workforce.

TrueUC can be used with a smartphone or tablet with keyboard powered by MetTel mobile connectivity and mobile device management (MDM). Now the mobile worker is equipped with a single device that provides all business computing and communications, the company said.


MetTel’s Gary Gluzman

Gary Gluzman, MetTel’s executive director of product development, tells Channel Partners that mobile-centric UC products like TrueUC allow the channel to “offer state-of-the-art solutions to their customers which fit well with many strategic business initiatives of today’s needs.”

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Many enterprises have a widely dispersed workforce with many mobile customers, he noted.

“MetTel’s TrueUC bridges the gap between all these users and allows workers that are remote to carry a single device and have collaborative communication with their coworkers [and] customers even though they could all be scattered throughout the country,” Gluzman said.

Organizations can access a cloud, API-driven UC offering that combines text, voice, video, chat, email and business app integration, plus mobile connectivity, MDM, single billing and a single support number.

“MetTel is the only carrier to offer such [a] bundle with deep focus on mobile-centric users,” Gluzman said. “TrueUC also has open APIs so that custom integration with third-party (customer relationship management) CRMs can very easily be achieved. Out of the gate, users can integrate with Office 365, Google, Outlook, Dropbox, Twitter, etc., to have a single pane view into all their critical applications.”

TrueUC utilizes the BroadSoft UC-One application while leveraging mobile devices from Samsung and others.

“UC-One, a key element of TrueUC, truly empowers today’s mobile worker,” said Jonathan Reid, managing director of BroadSoft worldwide sales. “UC-One enables teamwork in a mobile environment providing a true collaboration experience anytime, anywhere. Business doesn’t stop when you leave the office and UC-One provides a way to engage others whether in the same building or across the world.”

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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