netsapiens Launches SNAPaccel, a Ground-Breaking Unified Communications Managed Infrastructure-as-a-Service Offering for Service Providers

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SAN DIEGO – September 10, 2019 – netsapiens, a B2B provider of unified communications (UCaaS) solutions to service providers, is shaking up the UCaaS market with the deployment of SNAPaccel, its managed infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solution. By offering managed IaaS capabilities, netsapiens is making it even easier for service providers to seamlessly deploy our Unified Communications (UC) solution or migrate it from an on-premise to our cloud native architecture.

“For many smaller and mid-sized service providers and their IT teams, cloud migrations are particularly tricky,” says Anand Buch, CEO of netsapiens. “In fact, according to industry research, almost half of all migrations fail with 70 percent requiring a design change during migration and 50 percent resulting in a greater service provider spend than expected. With SNAPaccel, service providers can eliminate their upfront costs and rely on our expertise to integrate their netsapiens platform software on our fully managed infrastructure. Under this program, we assume the responsibility of designing, acquiring, deploying, configuring and maintaining the physical equipment as well as the operating system on which our customers’ UC software runs.”

“Because not all As-A-Service models are alike, service providers often have to choose who will control their business model – them or their UC provider,” says Jason Byrne, Senior Vice President of Products and Marketing at netsapiens. “SNAPaccel provides our customers with the highest levels of flexibility and control over not only their business model but also the supporting infrastructure, just without the headache of maintaining it. One interesting data point is that 80 percent of service provider revenues are above the infrastructure, according to the IDC. As a result, it makes sense for service providers to free themselves from costly investments both in infrastructure and the teams to manage it.”