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New Plantronics Device-as-a-Service offers pay-as-you go subscription

by Judi Hembrough

Device-as-a-Service offers pay-as-you go subscription for complete cloud Unified Communications solutions

SMBs and mid-market businesses now have a convenient way to acquire Plantronics solutions along with Unified Communications (UC) cloud logo-plantronics-blueservices. Plantronics Device-as-a-Service Program, announced today at the Microsoft World Partner Conference being held in Washington, D.C., enables Cloud Service Providers to serve as a one-stop-shop to provide a complete pay-as-you-go solution for UC-as-a-Service (UCaaS).
Plantronics Device-as-a-Service program, the first offering under a new Plantronics-as-a-Service Program, makes it easy to acquire a complete hardware and software solution that also includes Plantronics world-class customer support. Customers can easily scale usage up or down to align with changes in business. They also will be able to match the right audio device with team members’ work styles to enhance the UCaaS experience.

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