Pure IP is now Microsoft Co-sell Ready


September 11, 2020

We are pleased to announce that, as a leading provider of SIP-based enterprise voice communications and Direct Routing, we have achieved Microsoft Co-sell Ready status. The Co-sell program showcases Microsoft partners who can deliver repeatable services to Microsoft customers, and enables Pure IP to sell services directly through Microsoft’s commercial marketplace.

As a Microsoft Gold Partner, Pure IP is well positioned to provide expert guidance and support to customers as they explore Teams Direct Routing migration options. Pure IP's Direct Routing offering is a cost-effective, flexible solution that allows businesses to connect Teams Voice to their international offices. Our solution uses our own global SIP network to ensure businesses get the coverage and specialized services they need to enable effortless voice communications in Teams.

“Pure IP is proud that we have further strengthened our relationship with Microsoft by demonstrating that we are Co-sell Ready,” noted Gary Forrest, CEO at Pure IP, “We are confident that we can provide value to Microsoft’s customers immediately, and remain dedicated to delivering high quality, flexible enterprise communications solutions.”

Pure IP’s proposition of a trusted, secure, and reliable SIP-based voice network, unrivalled global coverage, and a technical-led 24/7 follow-the-sun support team, is the ideal complement to feature-rich cloud based platforms like Microsoft Teams, ensuring customers gets the maximum return on their investment.

Pure IP have been a Microsoft Voice Partner since 2010, and we have designed solutions for Microsoft Unified Communications products including Teams, Lync, Skype for Business on-premises, and Skype for Business Cloud Connector Edition, ensuring our engineering team has the technical expertise to seamlessly deploy Microsoft solutions around the world.

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