Now that many enterprises have rolled out Microsoft Teams to help newly-remote workers collaborate, it’s time to look at next step in the Teams voice journey: Transitioning your enterprise’s telephony from your legacy PBX to Teams Direct Routing. But, the migration may not be straightforward, and each enterprise is likely to have different needs. AudioCodes presents Launchpad: A Microsoft Teams Workshop Series.
In this workshop series, AudioCodes will help guide participants through Teams Voice discovery, integration, technical requirements needed to deploy your first Teams Voice users. Our Teams experts will guide you through each stage of planning, deployment and operations to deliver a successful implementation of your first 25 Teams Voice users.
AudioCodes Launchpad is a guided class-like series, delivered by UC consultants to help those on their Teams voice journey. The academy is broken into major topic sessions where our consultant will discuss various experiences, to help navigate the many decisions and common questions that drive towards a successful implementation. While the sessions can be taken individually, we encourage you to register for all the sessions to get the most out of the series and be ready to successfully implement your first Teams Voice users.
Our approach is based on reality and building a working environment not just theory and discussion. Classes will result in consultative guidance, discussion, a short write up customized to the participants based on findings and assistance to help go from discovery, planning to deployment. Class graduates will be eligible for related outcomes at each stage to include deployment plans, pilot licenses, and devices making the Launchpad series, your single stop towards success.
The workshop series is designed to be interactive and best experienced in small groups. Due to this, the sessions have limited capacity. A Microsoft Teams meeting invitation will be forwarded to accepted participants.
We encourage you to register for all the sessions to get the most out of the series and be ready to successfully implement your first Teams Voice users.
Business leaders and technical team members charged with Teams Voice transformation.
The series is availble only in the following countries: Canada, United States, United Kingdom and Ireland.
We've designed the content with the end-users in mind. Stay tuned for a partner focused series.
Yes, for companies of 500 seats and larger on their Teams Journey.
We encourage all relevant roles register, however, outcomes and devices for each session will be 1x per organization.
In this session, we will help to define requirements specific to the voice journey. We will overview business cases, infrastructure preparation and migration planning for future success, leading to an Executive Plan & Recommendations.
In this session we will work to establish user persona’s, voice and video device profiles, devices portfolio, meeting rooms overview and how to develop a devices strategy designed for each participant.
In this session will provide guidance towards successful pilots, pilot scenarios, test plans and preparation for setting up a DRaaS pilot.
This session will be a technology overview with considerations taken from various scenarios and real worlds implementations common to Teams.
In this session we will discuss reasons for integrations with various legacy infrastructure such as paging services, PBX, contact centers and others that may not be ready to move or may not be a fit for Teams.
In this session, AudioCodes will provide an overview of operation requirements, concepts and success using AudioCodes tooling to develop simplification and reduce the complexity of day to day management of Microsoft Teams.
“The LaunchPad sessions have been really helpful and the AudioCodes consultants are awesome in answering questions and providing real life examples.”Sumit Marwah, Infrastructure Architect, Baylor College of Medicine
“The smaller, more targeted sessions are very good and more productive than some other general sessions I’ve attended.”Rick Carlton, Associate Director, Network Services, Vanderbilt University