ConverseCloud Expands Federation and Interoperability Services to Cisco Webex Teams Collaboration Platform

NextPlane, the industry provider of providing universal federation and interoperability services, has announced new federation capabilities for Webex Teams, Cisco´s Team Collaboration platform, the company said.

ConverseCloud´s existing base of 750,000 daily active enterprise users can now connect with Cisco Webex Teams users and vice versa, as if they are on the same platform. This includes companies on platforms like Microsoft Teams and over 20 different Unified Communication platforms.

The news marks the continued expansion of NextPlane´s federation and interoperability capabilities with Team Collaboration platforms. NextPlane recently announced federation capabilities with Microsoft Teams.

With the added support of Webex Teams, NextPlane now offers universal federation and interoperability services across Cisco´s range of collaboration tools, including Cisco Jabber. Cisco Jabber grew from 36 million to 45 million users from 2018 to 2019.

Unlike other interoperability solutions, ConverseCloud acts as a universal federation and interoperability hub between UC and TC platforms, performing the necessary protocol translations and API conversions to ensure all chat, presence, Teams, channels, spaces, and file sharing flows seamlessly, regardless of the platforms.

NextPlane, the provider of federation and interoperability services for collaboration platforms, helps enterprises seamlessly connect any internal or external team across UC and Team Collaboration platforms. NextPlane´s ConverseCloud service delivers interoperability and federation for over 20 different UC and Team Collaboration platforms, delivering seamless usability of chat, presence, file sharing, rich text, emojis, and other core collaboration functions.