Actiance, the leader in communications compliance, archiving, and analytics, today announced that Vantage has been certified for Skype for Business, giving joint customers confidence that they will meet communications compliance and governance requirements.
Vantage gives social businesses the ability to capture, manage, and secure unified communications, enterprise social software, and instant messaging in real time to meet the most demanding compliance and regulatory mandates. This designation signifies that Actiance Vantage meets industry standards for performance, reliability, and interoperability with Skype for Business Server.
The Skype for Business Certification Program is designed to offer Microsoft customers the added assurance of third-party solutions that have demonstrated a high quality experience and compatibility when deployed with Skype for Business.
“Hundreds of customers with millions of seats are using Skype for Business via the Actiance platform to provide real-time governance in the enterprise,” said Barry Ruditsky, SVP Business Development, Actiance. “We are excited to announce that Actiance Vantage is now certified for Skype for Business. This certification is validation that we continue to achieve the highest standards in the solutions we deliver to customers, empowering them to optimally run their businesses with confidence in their compliance and security.”
Skype for Business App Certification approves contact center, attendant console, call recording, and compliance solutions, which leverage native APIs to seamlessly integrate with Skype for Business. These applications are validated against specific test cases to ensure they meet a particular quality bar — including core functionality, interoperability, performance, and scale within Skype for Business topologies — and to give customers peace of mind when deploying with Skype for Business.
“We are pleased to see Actiance certify Vantage for Skype for Business Server 2015 and extend the communication experience for organizations to achieve more,” said Andrew Bybee, Principal Group Product Manager for Skype for Business.