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Xelion channel webinars announce Xelion 8

Xelion UK is holding two channel partner webinars to announce details of Xelion 8, the latest iteration of the company’s multi-award winning cloud telephony platform. The webinars will reveal the important new features and functions of Xelion 8 including native video conferencing; desktop sharing; new desktop and mobile apps; and full integration with Microsoft Teams.

The Xelion hosted telephony service has an open platform architecture, which Xelion channel partners can configure to customers’ individual needs. The platform brings together voice, instant messaging, SMS, wallboards and more, delivering Unified Communications for customers on any device. Unlike rival hosted telephony platforms, Xelion has no hidden extras or chargeable bolt-ons with all features, even call-recording included with Xelion, as standard.

The webinar presentation will be followed by a Q&A session. Prior to customer launch in Q4 2021, Xelion partners will receive full training on the Xelion 8 release. Xelion is totally focused on the channel with a partner only policy,

Commenting on the Xelion 8 partner webinar programme, Dave Reynolds, UK Managing Director, stated, “We’re very excited to be sharing details of Xelion 8 with our channel partners. Xelion 8 is a game-changer, delivering a raft of new functions that meet the needs of the post-pandemic WFH paradigm. The pandemic accelerated trends already underway, including more flexible, mobile working patterns. Xelion 8 allows staff to work anywhere with full Unified Communications, exactly as if they were in head-office.”

About Xelion

Xelion was founded in the Netherlands by Micha Cohen in 1988. The Xelion cloud-based telephony solution was developed in 2012 to optimise the efficiency and performance of business communication. In 2016 Xelion entered the UK market and Dave Reynolds joined as UK Managing Director.

The company is totally focused on the comms channel with a partner only policy, so there are never any conflicts of interest. The Xelion platform has an open architecture that puts the comms provider back in control, allowing them to build their own comprehensive comms proposition with the flexibility to set their own path and destiny, something no other hosted voice vendor is trying to achieve with the channel.

A major focus for the Xelion development team is the continued integration of Xelion with third-party applications such as Office 365, Power BI, popular CRM packages and many other applications. The vision is that Xelion should be the central hub in the corporate communications of the companies that use it, so it’s more than just a cloud telephony service.


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