Empower your Team with Unified Communications
The Unified Communications Experience
You've Been Waiting For
TPx’s award-winning UCx with Webex goes beyond traditional calling plans with true enterprise VoIP. Say goodbye to mediocre calling and say hello to unified communications and collaboration with UCx with Webex, a complete solution for calling, messaging, video conferencing, meetings, and more.
Endless Capabilities with TPx’s
Unified Communications Platform
UCx with Webex transforms the way employees work with a single, simple to use unified communications and collaboration app for calling, messaging and meeting with anyone, anywhere on any device. And we make sure meetings and conversations are always secure with enterprise-grade security.
Enterprise-Grade Security and
Compliance of UCx with Webex
UCx with Webex keeps your meetings and conversations secure with enterprise-grade security. Unlike other unified communication solutions out there, UCx with Webex has security built in from the start instead of being an afterthought. When you are doing important work, you need your meetings, users, devices, and data to be secure. With UCx with Webex, they are.
Seamlessly Integrate UCx and Your Customer Data
We have over 20 top CRM and 200 application integrations available. Take advantage of our powerful connection to leading technology platforms like Salesforce, Zendesk, Quickbooks and more.
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Top Companies Rely on TPx for Their Communications and Collaborations Solutions
“Our voice communications services and infrastructure is critically important to our daily operations. We’ve been very impressed with TPx and are confident in their services to deliver world-class experiences to our customers and guests.”
-Michael Israel, VP of Information Technology, Kraft Group
The Business Benefits of
Unified Communications Services
Why Choose TPx for Unified Communications and Collaboration?
You Need Reliable Unified Communications and Collaboration You Can Count On.
You Need UCx with Webex.
Ready for a better way to meet and collaborate? Talk to a TPx expert today and let us show you UCx with Webex in action.
General Unified Communications FAQ
Unified Communications refers to a system that allows companies to access all of their communication devices, such as phone or video calls, messaging, call centers and more through one platform, reducing costs and headaches!
UC&C stands for Unified Communications & Collaboration, and allows for more interaction between users such as screen sharing, file sharing and calendar sharing.
Unified Communications as a Service, commonly known as UCaaS, is where unified communications are delivered as a service offering from a provider. Unified communications as a service gives companies the power to select the right communications tool for every situation. By uniting voice, video, messaging, and collaboration “in the cloud,” businesses have the flexibility to stay connected from any device.
While the benefits vary, they almost always include increased flexibility and productivity, reduced costs and the ability to collaborate effectively. Unified communications makes businesses of any size more productive; however, it is especially beneficial to smaller companies as it allows them to use features that make them appear larger and more competitive.
Unified communications services work by streamlining all the different elements of how a business (and the different departments within) communicate both externally and internally. This typically involves redirecting emails and data to your mobile device if you are out of the office, or enabling you to start a video conference on a traditional land-line based call or your personal computer. Many unified communications as a service providers also offer PBX replacement features such as auto attendants, hunt groups, call centers, call routing, virtual numbers, corporate directory, and customized extension numbers.
Unified Communications as a Service has two primary architectures. Single-tenancy gives each customer their own enterprise and tends to be a little more expensive. Whereas multi-tenancy will have many customers sharing a single software platform. There is also a third architecture type called Hybrid-tenancy. It is a combination of both single-tenancy and multi-tenancy and is used to optimize the balance of performance, scale and security.
Hosted unified communications improves your productivity by providing a full range of advanced features and functionality, combined with the benefits of outsourcing the management of your communications system. And it does all of this at a fraction of the cost of an equivalent premises based unified communications system.
UCx with Webex FAQ
- Collaboration: Enhanced team collaboration tools enable everyone to see and share all the information they need to work together productively.
- Messaging: Exchange secure messages and share files with individuals and groups, inside or outside your organization.
- Meetings: Host large and small meetings from anywhere, with audio, video and screen sharing.
- Enterprise VoIP: Make, receive and manage calls on any device, anywhere.