Today at Customer Contact Week (CCW), Sanas, provider of the world’s first Real-Time Accent Translation technology, announced its newest product, Sanas Noise Cancellation, will be free to all organizations globally forever, starting in August. Leveraging patent-pending next-generation AI technology, Sanas Noise Cancellation will elevate the entire contact center industry by offering a complimentary, noise-free communications environment to contact centers worldwide.

BYOC, or Bring Your Own Carrier, is a cost-effective approach for businesses seeking greater control over their VoIP services. This comprehensive guide explains the concept, advantages, and considerations of BYOC in VoIP. It offers insights into cost savings, global coverage, control, and flexibility, helping businesses make informed decisions to optimize their voice services while cutting costs.

Five9, Inc., a provider of the Intelligent CX platform and listed on NASDAQ as FIVN, announced today that Frost & Sullivan has recognized it as a Growth and Innovation leader in the Frost Radar™: European Cloud Contact Center Market, 2023. The Frost Radar™ report highlights key criteria, including the company’s long-standing presence in Europe, consistent growth, effective go-to-market strategies, robust customer support, commitment to local markets, and investments in transformative technologies such as AI integration.

Eircom Fined €2.5 Million Due to Overcharging Its Customers The Irish Commission For Communications Regulation (ComReg) fined Eircom, owner of Eir mobile operator, €2.5 million for overcharging approximately 76,000 customers from 2015 to 2021. ComReg ruled that Eir must refund affected customers, totaling an estimated €6.7 million, equating to around €88 per customer. Eircom acknowledged a “broken bundle” issue and committed to identifying and reimbursing affected customers, although the process may take time. Eir plans to implement system updates, including a new billing system, to prevent similar problems in the future. The company aims to complete all agreed measures by the end of the year. Read the full article. TalkTalk Partners with CityFibre TalkTalk has formed a strategic partnership with CityFibre, enabling its wholesale customers to access CityFibre’s business Ethernet infrastructure. This collaboration is part of TalkTalk’s strategy to work with multiple providers and expand its product offerings. The move…

Broadvoice’s b-hive platform earns the 2023 Unified Communications Product of the Year, offering small and mid-market businesses advanced UC technology and enterprise-level features. This innovative solution includes cloud PBX, unified communications, and integrations for popular platforms to enhance collaboration and commerce globally.

Reinvent Telecom, a private-labeled unified communications provider, has announced the introduction of MyCloud Contact Center, its Contact Center-as-a-Service (CCaaS) platform. The cloud-based solution is intended for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMBs), and it will be priced accordingly. The platform will integrate voice, email, and webchat into a single workflow for agents. It will offer interactive voice response, skills-based routing, queue callback, supervisor control, contact center agent client, Salesforce CRM integration, screen pop, real-time wallboards, and historical reporting. Contact center technologies have traditionally targeted large and midmarket organizations, but Reinvent Telecom saw that SMBs also required multichannel contact center solutions to improve their customer experience. MyCloud Contact Center was created to fulfill this demand, allowing Reinvent’s reseller partners to provide enterprise-level contact center features to SMB clients at a low cost. Delivering CCaaS will aid Reinvent Telecom reseller partners in remaining competitive in the market as feature parity in UCaaS platforms…

Global business communications provider Mitel has teamed up with the top Pan-Arab MSP Kalaam Telecom Group to offer managed services to businesses and governments in the Saudi, Bahrain, and Kuwait areas. Under the arrangement, Kalaam will be able to leverage Mitel’s UCC and Contact Center technology to offer highly secure services on-premise, through a private or public cloud.   Under this partnership, consumers and resellers will have more flexibility and options between cloud-based monthly subscription services and on-premises solutions. Clients that choose monthly subscription services will have access to a simple pay-as-you-go strategy and a comprehensive technological stack without having to make significant upfront investments.   The demand for cloud communications has increased significantly as a result of the pandemic, according to Feras Zeidan, Country Sales Director for META at Mitel. As a result, businesses can now benefit from their top-notch UCC and contact center solutions in a way that…