Category: Press Releases

AltiGen in the News: Unified Communications Solution for Village Bank

AltiGen Software Delivers Redundant, All Software Based Communications Solution to Village Bank, Simplifying Management and Lowering Monthly Telecom Expense   SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – Jan 4, 2017) – AltiGen Communications (OTCQX: ATGN), a Silicon Valley based Microsoft Cloud Solutions provider, delivering fully managed Unified Communications services, announces that its MaxCS Call Center and MaxCS PBX has […]

AltiGen Named to “30 Fastest Growing Microsoft Solution Providers” for UCaaS

AltiGen Communications has been named by Silicon Review a “30 Fastest Growing Microsoft Solution Provider” for 2016. The Silicon Review, highly regarded and known worldwide as a trusted online and print community for business & technology professionals, gives this distinction to 30 companies that are at the forefront of providing unique and innovative Microsoft solutions, […]

AltiGen in the News: Introducing UC Cloud

AltiGen Announces Its New UC Cloud, Combining Hosted Skype for Business With AltiGen's Natively Integrated Cloud Contact Center Solution SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – Sep 20, 2016) – AltiGen Communications, Inc. (OTCQX: ATGN), a leading provider of Microsoft-based Cloud Unified Communications solutions, announces the availability of AltiGen UC Cloud, an innovative cloud solution combining the capabilities of […]

AltiGen Software Delivers Results at Clear Harbor, LLC

Customizable, Geographically Redundant Contact Center Solution Provides Differentiation for Outsourcing Provider SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – Jun 28, 2016) –  AltiGen Communications (OTCQX: ATGN), a Silicon Valley based provider of premise and cloud-based IP-PBX and Contact Center solutions, announces that its contact center solution has been effectively utilized by Clear Harbor, LLC, a nearshore outsourcing provider that […]

Microsoft Buys LinkedIn, Connecting Communications Network

Below is yesterday's press release from Microsoft, announcing their planned acquisition of LinkedIn. Satya Nadella, Microsoft's CEO, said today’s work is split between tools workers use to get their jobs done, such as Microsoft’s Office 365 programs, and professional networks that connect workers, such as LinkedIn. He believes this deal will weave those two pieces together, bringing the professional […]