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Fuze Opens New York City Office!

Fuze is proud to announce the official opening of our latest office in New York City!

2018 has been an exciting year for Fuze. Through tireless work, determination, and a dedication to innovation, we have sustained more than 40 percent growth and continue to redefine the UCaaS space with comprehensive communication and collaboration solutions built for the modern worker.

Fuze office

This year, we also announced Fuze 5.0, built to help businesses streamline communications and collaboration for teams that extend beyond the traditional enterprise. Fuze 5.0 marked a significant milestone for the platform, with next-generation audio, video, and content sharing, as well as the introduction of a centralized communications data architecture designed to power AI.

Fuze office

With this momentum, we have established a permanent presence in the Big Apple, expanding Fuze’s continued growth and global footprint.

Here at Fuze we deeply understand workforce flexibility and the value of remote work, and we also know that 4 in 5 workers want to work from a communal or shared space during their work week. That’s why just five blocks from the Empire State Building, we’re taking flexible workspace to the next level with accessibility, flexibility, and team building. Our new office is equipped with collab and huddle spaces, along with open desks so Fuze visitors have a quiet place to work if need be.

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To learn more about our New York office visit, https://www.fuze.com/contact.




Amanda Maksymiw

Amanda Maksymiw

Amanda is responsible for setting and managing the Fuze content marketing strategy including creating, producing and publishing engaging content. Throughout her career, she's worked with fast-growing tech companies and VCs on developing content marketing, influencer marketing and social media strategies. Amanda received her BBA in Marketing from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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