screen-shot-2016-09-15-at-12-06-19-pmSkype for Business has exploded onto the scene since being introduced to the market. More and more, enterprises are learning that they need a tool that provides full visibility into this solution.

Enter Avotus.

The leading provider of Intelligent Communications Management (ICM) solutions, announced today that its award-winning Enhanced Usage Reporting (EUR) for Unified Communications (UC) is now fully integrated and compatible with Skype for Business (formerly MS Lync Server). Avotus’ latest EUR for UC platform enhancements provide uncompromising visibility, reporting and UC deployment risk mitigation for any enterprise implementing Skype for Business.

And Avotus partners are already singing the platform’s praises.

avotus-logo“Avotus EUR for UC has proven to be the most effective solution on the market,” said Garry Hudson, Managing Director of KNet Technology, an Avotus partner. “It gives customers full visibility into how their employees are using Skype for Business and provides detailed reporting on all of its configured assets. Based on our experience, and feedback from customers, Avotus’ EUR for UC is the only approach that provides a comprehensive view of the UC infrastructure.”

james-martino“The buzz around Skype for Business is significant and clearly growing,” stated Avotus CEO, James Martino. “Yet many enterprises are not aware of the security and abuse risks inherent in these deployments. While UC implementation is streamlining the way we communicate and the way business gets done, these same tools can be used to sidestep firewalls and share confidential intellectual property, create legal liabilities, allow for noncompliance situations with regulatory agencies and enable employee abuse.”

Avotus’ latest white paper, The Need for Enhanced Usage Reporting when Implementing Skype for Business, is now available for free download as well.

To schedule a meeting with Avotus at the Microsoft Ignite event – September 26–30, 2016, Atlanta, GA, contact [email protected].

Read the full press release here.