Atrain makes business communication fresh and engaging with Fuze

PRESS RELEASE: Fuze, the leader in global voice, video, messaging, and collaboration announces a new contract with Atrain, a global human resources management consultancy, to deliver a modern, native communications experience to meet the expectations of its young workforce, located across seven global offices. Using Fuze, Atrain is creating a culture of easy communication for employees and their clients, with an all-in-one solution with intuitive features to maximise user adoption and productivity.

Fuze rooms, open spaces with a permanent Fuze connection, also allow employees across the globe to catch up, have lunch and do business in an informal way.

The Fuze Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) platform is replacing a number of existing solutions across Atrain’s sites, including Skype for Business and Webex. Atrain has calculated that it will see an immediate 30% reduction in call costs and high levels of user adoption, and expects to see a long-term increase in productivity.

Axel Obermeier, Process Management Lead and Chief of Staff, Atrain comments: “Through our HR consultancy work, we understand first-hand the importance of creating a company culture that engages and empowers employees and truly reflects a brand’s values. Atrain has a young, dynamic workforce, with an average age of 32 years, we love apps and we want to work in a modern, fresh environment that inspires conversations and creativity. Traditional communications solutions are like using tools from the 90s, but Fuze is like the Google or Spotify of the business world – modern, culturally agnostic, intuitive and easy to adopt. Our employees ‘got it’ straight away.”

Kris Wood, Vice President EMEA, Fuze, commented: “For too long businesses have had to put up with complex communication approaches that create application sprawl and become a significant burden. Fuze allows businesses like Atrain to radically re-think their approach, with a modern tool designed around the way people want to work, which emulates the user experience that employees already achieve in their personal lives.”