Telus appeals to SMB crowd with "Future Friendly" service suite

Telus (Toronto: T.TO) believes that with its Future Friendly Office it can appeal to small to medium sized business by developing service packages that don't take a lot of resources to manage yet are inexpensive to deploy.

Launched through a partnership with Cisco (Nasdaq: CSCO), Telus' Future Friendly Office service suite includes Cisco's Unified Communications technology that is designed to meet the needs of businesses with less than 100 employees.

Available nationwide, Future Friendly Office is based on three of Cisco's small business products, including Unified Communications 320W, Unified Communications 450 and Cisco Unified Communications 560.

SMB customers can take advantage of special offers for ordering multiple services and flexible payment options. 

Linked to Telus' wireline and wireless services, SMBs will have access to the telco's dedicated support teams and its 4G LTE wireless network.

For more:
- see the release

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