Dialpad, a leader in Modern Business Communications, today announced it is joining Google for Work in helping companies of all sizes accelerate their transition to the cloud — freeing them from the stranglehold of their existing enterprise agreements.
The program, first offered during the fall of 2015, is now available to companies between 100 (previously 250) and 3,000 employees. Through the program, companies can save up to 70 percenton their productivity and communications tools by switching to Google Apps for Work.
The foundation of Modern Business Communications is connecting employees, no matter where they are or what device they want to use, but standard enterprise agreements are holding companies back from deploying the solutions they need to achieve this.
The combination of Google Apps for Work for productivity and Dialpad for voice, messaging and conferencing creates the foundation for a complete cloud-based solution that easily connects any workforce. Everyone. Anywhere.
“Modern Business Communications can dramatically increase collaboration, communication, and work efficiency, but old-world telecommunications and on-premise enterprise agreements have held many companies back from shifting to the cloud,” said Craig Walker, CEO at Dialpad.
“At Dialpad, we have always believed in fair and transparent pricing, and our relationship with Google creates an amazing opportunity to help companies do right by their employees by quickly and cost-effectively shifting to the best solution for their increasingly diverse and distributed teams.”
With Dialpad, admins can easily spin up 10 or 10,000 users anywhere in the world over lunch, and with this program, companies will no longer be trapped in their antiquated communications systems just because their contract has yet to expire.