PRESS RELEASE: BroadSoft®, Inc. announced that TMC, a global, integrated media company helping clients build communities in print, in person and online, has named the BroadWorks® WebRTC Server as a 2015 WebRTC Product of the Year Award winner.
BroadSoft is an industry pioneer in providing WebRTC enabled unified communication (UC) services. The BroadWorks WebRTC Server (WRS) is a core enabling component of BroadSoft’s WebRTC solution, which fully integrates a seamless communication experience, putting the power of unified communications in the hands of anyone with a WebRTC enabled web-browser.
“Enterprises are just now scratching the surface in utilizing WebRTC for real-time, browser-based voice and video calling capabilities, and the next phase will be the use of WebRTC to extend real-time UC beyond the confines of the enterprise – to any customer, partner or supplier with a WebRTC-enabled browser,” said Scott Hoffpauir, chief technology officer, BroadSoft. “We are thrilled that BroadSoft’s WebRTC solution has been recognized with this award, and remain committed to driving innovation that transforms the full promise of WebRTC into reality for businesses and individuals.”
A key component of the BroadSoft WebRTC solution is access to BroadSoft Labs, a suite of tools allowing service providers and developers to create and customize WebRTC-enabled communication and collaboration applications in as little as 5 minutes. BroadSoft’s WebRTC-enabling tools simplify the process for service providers seeking to design and customize their own unified communications offers, which can increase service provider revenue opportunities, enhance the customer experience, and future proof investments as the technology evolves.
“It gives me great pleasure to honor BroadSoft as a 2015 recipient of TMC’s WebRTC Product of the Year Award for their innovative product, BroadWorks WebRTC Server,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “Our judges were very impressed with the ingenuity and excellence displayed by BroadSoft in their groundbreaking work on this WebRTC application.”