Nectar Services Corp., the provider of the development and deployment of proactive unified communications monitoring and performance management software for the voice, video and collaboration market, has announced that Nectar 10 has been recognized for the fifth time in the past year, with its most recent win being the 2019 Unified Communications TMC Labs Innovation Award, the company said.
Additionally, Nectar executives Ken Archer and Cathy Rowell have been recognized by CRN´s Channel Chiefs and Women of The Channel programs for their contributions to channel advocacy, growth, thought leadership and dedication to the IT channel.
Nectar 10 continues to be recognized and awarded throughout the industry as a most powerful and easy-to-use performance management, monitoring, diagnostics and reporting platform in its market. More specifically, the TMC award honors products that demonstrate raw innovation, unique features and significant contributions toward improving unified communications technology.
While traditional solutions for monitoring communications platforms feature broad and generic toolsets that leave support for critical voice and video applications as an afterthought, Nectar 10 is purpose-built for the unique characteristics of voice, video and real-time collaboration applications. It enables enterprise businesses and managed service providers to fully utilize the power of the cloud to streamline the management of modern communications applications and services, while ensuring optimum user and customer experiences.
Nectar, a global market provider of providing the most comprehensive monitoring and diagnostics software solution for Unified Communication services, enables IT and operation organizations to proactively ensure the end-user experience. Nectar improves visibility and service delivery across integrated voice, video and data application solutions by providing unique and critical performance information. Nectar provides monitoring and diagnostics for millions of enterprise endpoints to over 2,100 enterprises in over 86 countries–including some of the largest global banking, search engine, service provider, healthcare and manufacturing organizations in the world.