Zoom Video Communications, Inc. announced that Cardinal Health, Inc. a global, integrated healthcare services and products company will standardize on the company’s robust UCaaS platform to consolidate and optimize workflow. The initial rollout includes more than 17,000 Zoom users including video webinar, rooms, cloud room connectors and phone licenses. Replacing other services with a unified communications platform, Zoom was selected due to its strong quality of service, reliability, and user experience.
“In a time where healthcare is more important than ever, we’re glad to be able to offer a frictionless unified video communications solution to help enable communications and collaboration for Cardinal Health,” said Ryan Azus, Chief Revenue Officer, Zoom. “Cardinal Health is on the cutting-edge in its understanding of the value of video communications in its present and future.”
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“We chose the Zoom platform because it easily unites our global teams spanning across 46 countries. We know we can stay better connected with Zoom and leverage the top-quality tools available on their platform,” said Greg Boggs, Senior Vice President of Enterprise IT, Cardinal Health. “Zoom will allow us to support our customers and suppliers as well as provide our employees a modern workplace experience.”
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