News

Wednesday, 14th of October 2020

Thank you

Wow, just wow.

After a summer and start of this fall that has been the most hectic period ever for us here at Tendfor, we wish to thank all our new customers, proof of concept customers and partners all over the world for the amazing interest you have shown in API based Teams telephony!

We are overwhelmed by the attention, and we are happy to now have everything from organizations with 10 employees to some of the largest corporations in the world using Tendfor Teams.

At Tendfor, we also wish to give a... Read More »

Monday, 5th of October 2020

Tendfor Teams in Australia and New Zealand

In partnership with Telesmart, Tendfor is now offering local Australian Azure hosted service of the world’s first API based professional Teams telephony support system in production.

If you have operations in the region, now is a great time to move to the future of native UCC based contact centers and attendant consoles, based entirely on the Microsoft new APIs for Teams.

With its completely service provider independent delivery, if your PSTN numbers are available in Microsoft 365/Teams – Tendfor will be able to use them.

Thursday, 1st of October 2020

Microsoft Calling Plans in 6 new markets

In addition to previous regions, you can now also get full telephony functionality in Teams with Microsoft Calling Plans in:

  • Sweden
  • Denmark
  • Italy
  • Portugal
  • Austria
  • Switzerland

Tendfor remains the only production platform to offer Calling Plans compatible contact center and attendant console functionality with Teams.

Friday, 19th of June 2020

Tendfor, the global citizen

To fully leverage the new global enterprise telephony possibilities offered by Microsoft Teams, you need more international features than ever.

For us that includes time zone sensitive queue scheduling, calendar monitoring and absence handling with personal auto attendant features.

It also means having all user interfaces and system phrases – like auto attendant, queue position and waiting time messages – available in more and more languages.

Now we increase our international dictionary to offer full support for all interfaces and phrases in the following languages:

  • Danish
  • Dutch
  • English
  • Flemish Dutch
  • French
  • German
  • Norwegian
  • Spanish
  • Swedish

We also offer phrase support in:

  • Brazilian Portuguese

Which languages do... Read More »

Wednesday, 17th of June 2020

Tendfor becomes world’s first API-based Teams contact center in the process of certification

Tendfor has now been added to the list of contact center products for Teams in the process of being certified by Microsoft.

More importantly, Tendfor is the first – and currently only – switchboard attendant and contact center solution on this list in the most intimately integrated API based “Extend + power” category of certification.

As detailed in the specification of the integration levels, linked at Microsoft below, this means Tendfor is the only system currently working independently of service provider. Hence, organizations can choose – or even mix and match –... Read More »

Tuesday, 16th of June 2020

Microsoft France and Tendfor gives webinar

On June the 30:th, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CEST, Microsoft France and Tendfor will give a webinar on the API based future of enterprise telephony in Teams.

Most of the content will be in English. 

Sign up using the link below. 

Tuesday, 26th of May 2020

A word on contact center and attendant console certification for Teams

Since Microsoft announced contact center products currently in the process of being certified for Microsoft Teams last week, we have received some questions about why Tendfor is not on the list.

Tendfor is the world’s first – and currently only – native contact center and attendant console platform in production against the new Cloud Communications APIs for Teams.

At this time, the certification protocols are only available for legacy style SBC connected systems with basic PBX functionality outside of the Teams platform. Microsoft calls these types of systems “Connected”.

No certification is currently... Read More »

Monday, 11th of May 2020

Join the Tendfor team

Tendfor is the world’s first API based system for native professional Microsoft Teams telephony.

Now, we are looking to extend our reach with more sales and marketing talent for the Nordic region and beyond. Based in downtown Stockholm, you will be part of an agile and rapidly growing team working with customers and partners globally.

You will be representing the world’s most engaging and modern platform for enterprise business telephony, contact center and attendant console solutions.

We believe you have experience in telecom or Microsoft ecosystem related sales. We know you write and... Read More »

Saturday, 2nd of May 2020

Centrality reaches a UK first milestone with Tendfor

In moving their acclaimed service desk completely to Teams and the Microsoft cloud with Tendfor, Centrality becomes the first ever native API based professional Teams contact center installation in production in the UK.

We are proud to be first contact Centre in the UK to utilise a Microsoft Teams native telephony system. We chose to use MS Teams native for our contact centre solution as MS Teams has become the go to organisation collaboration tool.

With our cutting edge deployment we are able to manage incoming call queues using skills and... Read More »

Thursday, 2nd of April 2020

Today we are red and white

At Tendfor we are exceedingly happy to have telecom sales, architect and solution legend Lars Bindløv join our team as Country Manager Sales and Solutions, Denmark.

With extensive experience from organizations like TDC and Trio/Enghouse, Lars has a long and illustrious background in assisting customers and partners in finding the best solutions for communications and customer service needs. Most recently, Lars comes from IoT Denmark.

Lars will make sure partners and customers in Denmark will receive the best local attention possible from now on. He is ready to assist with inquiries from... Read More »