As you consider the transformational impact for your enterprise, keep in mind these four identifying characteristics of collaborative communications:Consistent, rich, device-appropriate experienceMessaging at the core, with the ability to transition seamlessly to voice, video, meetings, and other modesOpen, intelligent, cloud-based platformPersistent conversation, content, and contextAre you ready to empower your company? Get the perspective you need at a glance in this infographic, “Power to the People: The Rise of Collaborative Communications.” Download now.Tags:News & Viewscollaborative communicationsteam collaborationRingCentralSponsored PostUnified Communications & CollaborationAPIs & Embedded CommunicationsCloud CommunicationsDigital WorkplaceEndpointsVendor Perspective Articles You Might Like Avaya Continues Mulling Next-Step Options Beth Schultz September 12, 2019 In a brief update, company said strategic alternative review process continues, gave no indication of new expectations for wrapping it up. Tick, Tock, the Clock Is Running for Avaya Zeus Kerravala September 06, 2019 Lots of speculation surrounds Avaya’s future, but mum’s still the word on a final decision. See All in Unified Communications & Collaboration » RingTeam.PNG RingCentral_Wheel.png As No Jitter readers surely understand, communications and collaboration can be a competitive differentiator, enabling the agility their companies need to survive and, more importantly, thrive in today’s fast-paced economy.Companies are best served when they give their users the ability to collaborate from within a single, unified platform. Consider the alternative: Users waste time toggling from one app to another (phone, chat, email, etc.), breaking the creative flow, slowing the overall process, and leaving them scrambling to put information into context — time and time again.An integrated platform that facilitates collaboration with workers both inside and outside the organization, on the other hand, breaks down workforce barriers that limit productivity, inhibit teamwork, and tamp down innovation. As I discussed in my previous post, “5 Considerations for Evaluating Your Next Communications Platform,” we call this collaborative communications. Users have the same delightful experience in how they communicate, collaborate, share content, and manage projects.Collaborative communications has no boundaries.This experience is across voice, video meetings, app integrations, and more, with team messaging at the core and device independence a given. Ultimately, collaborative communications is about allowing greater agility and productivity across a far-flung workforce leveraging an open and intelligent cloud-based conversational platform that supports integrations, chatbots, and artificial intelligence.And collaboration communications doesn’t stop at the firewall. With an open, intelligent cloud-based conversational platform, you can support seamless collaborative experiences not only for internal teams but also for communications with customers and partners. Mitel, Avaya Merger on Tap? Beth Schultz August 20, 2019 On the heels of word that Avaya is close to reaching acquisition deal, the focus turns to Mitel and a reported bid of $20 per share. Log in or register to post comments Avaya Still on the Block, Resolution May Come Soon Beth Schultz August 14, 2019 As the company plugs away on cloud sales, CEO Jim Chirico looks to wrap up its review of strategic alternatives in the next 30 days. Justifying Workspace Applications: Time to Up the Game Marty Parker September 10, 2019 Communication technology vendors and their value-adding partners must take the lead in defining business justifications for their collaboration and workspace applications.