Star2Star Communications, provider of the world's only Full Spectrum Communications Solution, today announced its participation in the CenturyLink Marketplace Provider Program. Inclusion in the program allows Star2Star to offer their Full Spectrum Communications Solution to businesses via the CenturyLink Marketplace.
Known for its innovative approach to communications architecture, Star2Star created the Full Spectrum Communications Solution as a system that provides for every customer's unique needs. The Full Spectrum portfolio includes multiple deployment options, customization features, and a complete suite of communications tools including voice, video, mobile, fax, presence management, and much more. Star2Star strives to provide the most comprehensive, end-user-friendly system available on the market.
The CenturyLink Marketplace Provider Program allows participating technology companies to integrate their solutions with a range of services across the CenturyLink hybrid IT delivery platform. These business-ready solutions are available to CenturyLink's cloud, hosting, and network customers. Star2Star now offers their Business Voice solution to new and existing CenturyLink Marketplace customers, available to order 24/7 online. Customers will benefit from the Full Spectrum solution and world class, top tier UCaaS features and support, as well as streamlined hardware and service ordering and billing processes via the Marketplace.
"We are excited to partner with CenturyLink and begin offering our Full Spectrum solutions via the CenturyLink Cloud Marketplace," said Michelle Accardi, President and Chief Revenue Officer at Star2Star. "We are always looking for ways to provide more value to businesses through the Full Spectrum portfolio, and working with CenturyLink has greatly enhanced our channel strategies."
"In speaking with our enterprise customers, one of the most important aspects of their IT strategy is the ability to enable collaboration and unified communication across teams," said David Shacochis, Vice President of Product Management for IT solutions at CenturyLink. "We are pleased to enable customers to try innovative solutions like Business Voice as part of their digital transformation."
To learn more about the Full Spectrum Communications Solution in the CenturyLink Marketplace, visit https://www.ctl.io/marketplace/partner/ZMW3.
For more information about Star2Star's Full Spectrum Communications Solution, visit www.Star2Star.com.
About Star2Star Communications
Founded in 2006 in Sarasota, Florida, Star2Star Communications empowers global business success with a Full Spectrum Communications Solution. With options ranging from pure to on-premises cloud, Star2Star offers unparalleled value, reliability, quality, and scalability. Star2Star unifies business communications including voice, video, fax, mobile, chat, and presence management. Merged with Blueface, the leading pan-European UCaaS provider, Star2Star possesses a global influence and customer base. Blueface's proprietary cloud voice platform supports businesses of all sizes, ranging from small-to-medium to large enterprises and strategic wholesale customers.
Star2Star's award-winning, patented Constellation™ Network overcomes the reliability and quality limitations of other communications technologies and enables companies to choose the deployment methodology that aligns best with their needs. Together with their unique cloud architecture, Star2Star's patented Business Voice+ platform offers unparalleled connectivity and site survivability. The pure cloud version, Business Voice, offers the same high-quality communications without any hardware for ultra-flexibility.
With a customer retention rate of 99.85%, Star2Star has been recognized by a multitude of leading analysts. Over the past several years, Star2Star was named to the Forbes Most Promising Companies list, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 five times, and the Inc. 500|5000 seven times. The company was also named by IHS as a Top 10 Hosted Business VoIP/UC Provider and has been in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for UCaaS, Worldwide for the last four years.