October 5th, 2018 by admin
Welcome to the Power of Communications Automation
Kerauno’s powerful suite of cloud-based Unified Communications that connects people, process, software and systems to build efficiencies, enable communications automation, and drive increased revenue. ProTelesis is excited to partner with Kerauno, a global leader in the unique Communications Workflow as a Service (CWaaS) space.
ProTelesis is now offering Kerauno's powerful suite of cloud-based Unified Communications that powerfully connects people, process, software and systems to build efficiencies, enable communications automation, and drive increased revenue. We're proud to partner with a global leader in the unique Communications Workflow as a Service (CWaaS) space. Kerauno is an innovative workflow automation platform which empowers companies to design and implement virtually a limitless scope of business process integrating internal and external systems with multimodal communications. Unified Communications systems include the Bolt softphone, Contact Center, API Integrations and a customizable dashboard including analytics. Kerauno as a platform was created in 2013 and Kerauno, LLC was established in 2018 as a sister company to Axia Technology Partners.
Discover Kerauno. Join the Webinar.
Presented by: Marco Escobar, Director of Sales Engineering at Kerauno and Scott Strochak, CEO at ProTelesis Tuesday, October 30 at 12:00 pm PT
Director of Sales Engineering at Kerauno
A Unified Communications expert, Marco is passionate about business process optimization in the communications space. In this role at Kerauno, Marco has been helping organizations create the digital transformation needed to improve operations and sustain a competitive advantage through streamlined and automated UCaaS platforms and processes.
CEO at ProTelesisWhile at AT&T in the mid-1990s, Scott Strochak realized that the busy telecom and networking marketplace was missing a company committed to delivering full-service communications integration for the mid-market enterprise. In 1997, Scott left his position at AT&T to launch Xtel Networks the precursor to ProTelesis Corporation, where he now serves as president and CEO.
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