Keeping Your Support Simple
organization with a
break from stormy multi-vendor integrations
Since introducing the Fuze Suite in 2002, we have continuously expanded its
power and functionality, by developing new modules, integrating third-party
applications, and enabling access through Web services, with one goal in mind:
to make it easy and cost effective for organizations to support their
stakeholders using the Fuze Suite.
The Fuze Suite Product Roadmap is reviewed and updated quarterly based on customer input, our R&D initiatives, new technology in the marketplace, and competitors' product offerings. Any new functionality added must fit within our long-term strategy and core competencies; otherwise, we assess solutions available from other providers and integrate those that meet our customers' needs. Examples of third-party integrations include our interaction with Social Media Monitoring and Sales Force Automation applications.
A consideration, however, is the level of integration we can achieve with the third-party application, which is always much more limited using APIs than integrating the functionality directly into our solution. Should robust interaction with the application be desired, we may opt to develop the functionality if native integration of the external application directly into the Fuze Suite is not a practical option.
The Fuze Suite grows with your organization. Its modular architecture allows optional modules and integrated functionality to be added to existing implementations on-the-fly. The cost of the base modules is minimized and you only pay for additional capability when your organization is ready to use it.