For the information, Switch that has been marked as a cloud-based business phone service, it now integrates with Office 36. Switch was launched in 2014; it is now integrating with Office 365. We also saw that it too worked previously with Google Apps. Let us all have a look at the details about this integration:
What kind of integration will it be?
It is viewed that whenever any of the Switch users will be receiving a call, it will then be routed to a specific kind of destination that will be based on some rules. All of the Switch end-users will then be able to see additional information, they will be able to see and have a look at their recent emails and also LinkedIn profiles for all of the callers when they will be receiving their calls. Office 365 users can also sign into Switch by using this service.
Goal for a Switch
The goal for Switch is to just make a replacement of the routing services like that of Cisco has been running. These kinds of services have been more and massively focusing on desk phones and these services also come out to be a bit clunky when they are in use. We have viewed it that the success of a company like that of Switch has been largely based on their integration with Office 365 and also with Google Apps. It is for the information that Switch has just previously raised so far $53 million in funding and it also runs UberConference that won TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2012.
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