Channel Stalwart Ken Archer On His Exec Role At Nectar, The Red Hot UC Market And Making The Most Of Microsoft, Cisco Relationships

Does Nectar's platform get hotter as Unified Communications as-a-Service takes hold?

Yes. Absolutely. Their capability, which is unique, is the auto-discovery of what is out on the network, everything from the internet providers to the actual device. They know what's connected and when there is a problem, whether it is voice communication, video communication. They can determine what the root cause is. A lot of management platforms will identify that there's a problem, but they won't be able to diagnose what the problem is, whether somebody has changed a router device, or changed a configuration, or they've taken it offline. It's quite comprehensive and detailed.

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