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CSC Initiates Unified Communications as a Service Targeting Fortune 1000

CSC (NYSE: CSC) announced yesterday the launch of the Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) offering which will target Fortune 1000 companies. The platform was developed in collaboration with Cisco and is designed to lower costs while increasing productivity.

“CSC’s UCaaS offering delivers to our clients a cost-effective, flexible and responsive suite of UC capabilities, ” said Jason Cory, vice president of global network services and solutions for CSC. “Coupling CSC’s legacy of managed and outsourced UC services with Cisco’s Unified Communications platform allows our clients to enjoy optimized organizational communication and business process integration — driving competitive advantage.”

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