Sinch Becomes Operator Connect for Microsoft Teams Partner

Sinch, a provider of cloud communications platform solutions for voice, messaging and emergency services, has been named a Microsoft Teams Operator Connect partner also providing emergency services through the Teams’ voice platform.

Sinch allows businesses to bring their voice services into Microsoft Teams through Operator Connect, enabling calls to anyone, anywhere over the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). By owning and operating an independent voice network, Sinch delivers voice quality and value.

Microsoft announced in late January that Teams surpassed 270 million monthly active users. Teams Operator Connect provides an option for enhanced benefits to these organizations using the collaborative tool — an operator-managed infrastructure that saves enterprises capital and management resources, provide faster deployment through the Teams administrative center and enhanced support and reliability.

Sinch has a 99.999 percent uptime track record over its nationwide voice network supported 24×7 by its voice experts.

Sinch Vice President of Enterprise Services Brent Mello said, “As exciting is our designation as a provider of emergency services through Teams, millions of VoIP subscribers are currently supported by our next-generation 911 offering. With our latest Operator Connect solution, we will continue providing this critical service and extending our highly reliable call delivery to enterprises who rely on Teams in today’s evolving remote and hybrid work environments.”

Visit Sinch Operator Connect solution to learn more and view a limited-time promotion.