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collab9 was featured in USA News on receiving a Unified Communications Product of the Year Award.

The article highlights collab9's recent award from TMC, a global integrated media company. collab9's secure hosted Unified Communications (UC) solution received a 2017 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award.

We're proud to receive another industry award for our FedRAMP Authorized secure hosted UC solution," said Kevin Schatzle, CEO, collab9.

collab9 was featured in MilTech on receiving a Unified Communications Product of the Year award.

In the article, the CEO of collab9, Kevin Schatzle describes what an honor it is to receive an industry award for collab9's FedRAMP authorized UCaaS solution. “Federal, state, and local agencies are increasingly adopting cloud-based services. Our Unified Communications Product of the Year award win, along with the strides we continue making in the government sector, further demonstrates collab9’s status as a trusted supplier.”

HomeToys features collab9's recent product of the year award.

In the article, HomeToys featured collab9's recent Unified Communications Product of the Year award.

It gives me great pleasure to honor collab9 as a 2017 recipient of TMC's Unified Communications Product of the Year Award for their innovative FedRAMP Authorized UC product," said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC.

LOS ANGELES, CA – April, 6 2017collab9, America’s first FedRAMPSM Authorized Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) provider, today announced that TMC, a global, integrated media company helping clients build communities in print, in person, and online, named its secure hosted Unified Communications (UC) solution as a 2017 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award winner. The award honors the best, most innovative UC products and solutions released in the last twelve months.

collab9 was featured in Cloud IT on receiving the 2017 Internet Telephony Product of the Year Award.

collab9 was featured in CaaS Community on receiving the 2017 Internet Telephony Product of the Year Award.

collab9 was featured in Home Toys on winning the 2017 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award.

The article highlights TMC's recent announcement that collab9 has received the 2017 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award. “Both public sector and commercial organizations can utilize collab9's secure UC cloud service - which includes voice, unified messaging integrating voicemail and email, video, conferencing, instant messaging and presence, customer care applications, integration with Microsoft O365, Skype for Business, and Gmail, and E911 functionality.”

collab9 was featured in 24-7 Press Release on receiving a 2017 Internet Telephony Product of the Year Award.

The article highlights collab9's FedRAMP authorized UCaaS solution. "The awards recognize the most innovative and highest quality IP communications brought to market, or updated, in the past year."

FedRAMP Authorized Secure Hosted UC Recognized for Industry Innovation and Quality

LOS ANGELES, CA – January 19, 2017collab9, the first and only FedRAMPSM Authorized Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) provider, today announced that TMC, a global, integrated media company, named its secure Unified Communications (UC) solution a recipient of a 2017 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award. The awards recognize the most innovative and highest quality IP communications brought to market, or updated, in the past year.

GCN featured an article written by collab9's CEO.

In the article, collab9's CEO, Kevin Schatzle gives industry insight on hosted voice benefits. "While the role of cloud within government is no longer in question -- with the call to modernize made clear in the cloud-first policy within the Federal Cloud Computing Strategy -- many are just realizing that the cost of carrying forward outdated technology can outweigh what it would have cost to upgrade. On top of that, there are several benefits that agencies can achieve by migrating to the cloud."

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