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Polycom Microsoft UC Innovation Partner of the Year

01 Aug 11

Polycom has been named the 2011 Microsoft Unified Communications Innovation Partner of the Year.
The award honours partners who are building on the extensible Microsoft unified communications platform offered by Lync/OCS and Microsoft Exchange and are delivering solutions that integrate communications within business applications and processes (CEBP). Polycom received the award for ‘demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology’.
Kirk Koenigsbauer, Microsoft corporate vice president, Office Division Product Management Group, says Polycom has created tangible value for customers through the development of uniquely integrated audio and video
conferencing solutions for the Microsoft Unified Communications platform provided by Lync/OCS and Exchange. "Polycom’s solutions successfully improve communication capabilities and overall collaboration through a variety of enhancements that impact end-user experience and efficiency, enabling true CEBP applications.”

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