September 17, 2013

How Oracle Improved Its Communications and Reduced Costs with SIP Trunking


Oracle employs more than 122,000 workers in 500+ offices across the globe. The company's Global IT organization continuously seeks ways to enhance customer interactions, boost employee productivity, and improve communications amongst its highly distributed and mobile workforce. By migrating to an end-to-end IP architecture, and implementing SIP trunks, Oracle has consolidated and simplified its telephony infrastructure; significantly improved scalability, service agility, and reliability. This case study shows how they saved millions -- while also growing network capacity to meet increased demands. 



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