Friday, May 31, 2019

Landis Technologies to Demonstrate First Native Microsoft Teams Contact Center at Comms vNext



Ephrata, USA - 5/31/2019 - Landis Technologies will do a walk through of their Office 365 Contact Center for Microsoft Teams at Comms vNext. They are emphasizing as core characteristics of their native contact center that it is very simple to setup, looks just like Microsoft Teams, already has the most needed features & tightly connected to Office 365 via integrations to Flow & PowerApps.

"We are excited to be showing our native Teams Contact Center to the Microsoft community. Much of the native Microsoft Teams contact center functionality we demonstrate at Comms vNext, like native Agent Panel, Call Recording & Microsoft Flow integration will be for first time publicly." noted Landis Technologies owner, Matt Landis.

Landis Technologies is a platinum sponsor of Comms vNext and provides Attendant Console & Contact Center for Microsoft Teams & Skype for Business.

Wendell Martin, head of Global Sales at Landis Technologies, notes that the Office 365 Contact Center native Microsoft Teams functionality release “will coincide with Microsoft Calling APIs completion and General Availability”. He noted "We are ready to provide this functionality to the Teams Community when Microsoft is ready."

About Landis Technologies LLC

Landis Technologies is a Microsoft Gold Partner which has been focusing on Microsoft technologies since 1995. Landis Technologies is known internationally for deep knowledge around Microsoft Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams & Office 365 and was the first to deliver a client-based Skype for Business & Office 365 attendant console to the market. Landis Technologies has provided Skype for Business software & solutions to customers in over 50 countries via a network of over 200 Microsoft Partners. Landis Technologies is headquartered in Ephrata Pennsylvania. http://www.landistechnologies.com

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