Unified Communications: Lines coming under attack

Blueface has been leveraging IP technology to build a thriving alternative to traditional communication services.

5th October, 2014
lan Foy, chief executive, Blueface.

From the moment it was founded in 2005, Blueface set out to disrupt what it saw as the cosy monopoly that telecommunication companies enjoyed, offering businesses an alternative to network services that were old, complex and expensive.

''Many firms are also looking to bring their landline and mobile voice services together and have them delivered as a fully unified package, said Alan Foy, chief executive. ''They want to be more efficient at managing their voice services...

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