Kurmi Software, a global leader in unified communications (UC) management and provisioning automation, announces a new formal partnership with Yarnlab, a leading unified communications assessment, migration and testing solutions provider. The partnership is a game changer for enterprises who are currently migrating or planning to migrate users from Cisco UC on-premises to Cisco cloud solutions, reducing migration time, errors, and effort by as much as 85%.
Bringing together two industry leading providers, the partnership between Kurmi Software and Yarnlab transforms the experience, before, during, and after a migration, radically simplifying the complexities of migrating users from legacy on-premises environments like CUCM and Cisco Unity Connection onto Cisco’s Webex Calling (both Multi-Tenant and Dedicated Instance) cloud environments.
The process of transitioning from on-premises systems to cloud services can often be arduous and costly, spanning several months or even years. Such a shift can disrupt regular business operations and pose considerable challenges. This is where Kurmi Provisioning Suite with Yarnlab’s Wrangler’s technology come in.
Pascal Moindrot, Chief Operating Officer at Kurmi Software comments, “As Cisco encourages customers to move from on-premises to its cloud solutions, Kurmi and Yarnlab are ideal partners to help enterprises make the migration as smooth, efficient, and hassle-free as possible. The partnership is a natural fit for Kurmi as, like us, Yarnlab offers a best-of-breed solution and our two companies have enjoyed a strong working relationship for many years. We have now teamed up to deliver a powerful combined solution to address a major pain-point for customers as they move with Cisco onto the cloud.”
Zane England, Head of Product at Yarnlab, says, “Kurmi is well respected for its excellent UC management tool for provisioning automation as well as its depth of experience. Combining Yarnlab’s technology with Kurmi Provisioning Suite creates a dynamic set of tools for managing the complexities of migrations. It handles the heavy technical lifting involved in Cisco migrations, moving the dial on the decision to migrate UC to the cloud from strategy to reality.”
Regardless of whether an organization embraces Kurmi’s automation solution well in advance of a migration or right before embarking on a migration project, using Kurmi’s unified administration portal guarantees data consistency and streamlines administrative processes. By leveraging Kurmi, IT teams gain the ability to efficiently manage their entire UC tech stack, encompassing on-premises, cloud, or hybrid environments. This not only reduces operational costs but also future-proofs your unified communications and collaboration strategy, delivering long-term advantages and sustainability.
Kurmi and Yarnlab are attending Cisco Live from June 4-8, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. Visit booth 5207 for complimentary migration consultations and to discuss key unified communications provisioning challenges. To arrange a meeting with Kurmi and Yarnlab experts ahead of the event, please book online at www.kurmi-software.com/en/kurmi-software-cisco-live-2023-las-vegas/.
To find out more about how Kurmi and Yarnlab can help migrate your collaboration systems to the cloud, email us at email@example.com.
For more information and to build an understanding of the value of using best-in-class tools to future-proof UC environments, head to the new Kurmi website.
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About Kurmi Software
Kurmi Software develops award-winning software to manage and automate the full lifecycle of Unified Communications and Contact Center solutions, including telephony, videoconferencing, email and messaging, endpoints and licenses, plus other applications. Kurmi offers a powerful, user-friendly interface designed for hybrid work and hybrid infrastructures, highly configurable and ultra-scalable, compatible with the market’s leading Unified Communications platforms—Avaya, Cisco, Microsoft, and Zoom. Organizations see reduction in operating costs and generate significant time-savings for their IT teams almost immediately. Founded in 2011, with offices in New York, Montreal, Berlin, Paris, Rennes, Dubai, and Sydney, Kurmi Software supports global enterprises and MSPs with a network of certified partners around the world.
Analyze, Migrate, Test and Secure Unified Communications with Yarnlab. Founded in 2016 with offices in Australia and Germany.