Cyclotron Group Fortifies Unified Communications Offering With New Investments

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Cyclotron Group addresses our clients’ toughest challenges by providing hyper-efficient consultation, strategy, digital transformation, technology implementation, and operational frameworks. We partner with leading technology providers to drive innovation and effectiveness in the workplace. Headquartered in San Francisco, Cyclotron Group currently employees over 50 associates worldwide. For more information, visit the companies website at

SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) OCTOBER 17, 2018 Cyclotron Group, a leading technology consultancy today announced it has launched a new Unified Communications initiative.

“We’re excited to announce our latest Unified Communications offering to our customers – it’s the culmination of longstanding and evolving industry partnerships, along with a significant investment in new engineering talent,” said Amber Bahl, Cyclotron Group’s CEO. “Our legacy focus on Unified Communications combined with our ability to foresee many of the vendor-related market shifts puts Cyclotron in a unique position to support clients navigating this new UC world order,” continued Bahl.

“We’ve invested well over a million dollars in new engineering talent, as well as formalized new partnerships with industry UC innovators – all to support customer UC agendas in an ever-changing landscape,” stated Steve Ellson, Cyclotrons EVP of Sales. “For example, an organization’s journey from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams can be challenging. Our framework to address this migration supports customers in assessing the capabilities for Teams relative to their needs and plan their move to Teams all the way through a seamless implementation,” said Ellson. “From the vendor side of the equation, we’ve invested in key partnerships with segment leaders to help them define special assessment programs aimed at making a customers UC evolution as frictionless as possible,” continued Ellson.

“We understand that customers will continue to use Skype for Business in Office 365 until Microsoft Teams meets their business needs,” said Keif Machado, Cyclotron’s Infrastructure Practice Manager. “Our goal is to assist customers who want to move users to Teams. We bring the concise framework, tools, and guidance to control and manage the process. We’ll help ease the transition for users new to Teams with a personalized first-run experience,” concluded Machado.