Microsoft and Rogers Business are bringing new levels of mobility and flexibility to Microsoft Teams customers in Canada. Rogers Business was the first Canadian carrier to implement Microsoft Direct Routing and the first to offer Operator Connect. Now, as the first partner to implement Teams Phone Mobile, Rogers Business extends the strength and quality of their mobile network to organizations that support the needs of mobile and hybrid workers.
With Teams Phone Mobile, customers can assign a single, business-provided number for calling to and from the user’s mobile phone and all their Teams endpoints. With Teams Phone Mobile, your users stay connected and productive, wherever work takes them.
Mahendra Sekaran, Vice President of Microsoft Teams Engineering and Tom Turner, President of Rogers Business recently sat down to discuss this partnership and the significant investments in mobile-first solutions designed to make it easy for customers to get the best in connectivity, voice services, and productivity applications, all in one place.
Watch the video to hear more about the benefits this partnership brings to our Canadian customers.
“What we’re focused on is providing an incredible customer experience by integrating our wire line services, our wireless services, and those core applications customers need. The Microsoft partnership is absolutely key and a cornerstone to that. So much so that we’ve integrated our network and the Microsoft services into a single platform, which creates a unique value for our customers”.
– Tom Turner, President of Rogers Business
Learn more about Teams Phone Mobile which allows you to provide cellular network quality of service to Teams communications, while allowing customers to enforce business policies, reduce costs, and improve the user experience for the growing mobile workforce.
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