While overtime the Telecom industry has evolved into what is now known as Unified Communications, the industry itself hasn’t shrunk at all – in fact it still continues to expand. This is especially true in 2019, as we have now begun to see a wider umbrella of Enterprise Communications being cast across the various industries and platforms that encompass true unified communications. We have seen tools like Slack make way for massive platforms like Microsoft Teams, and some large priority shifts with UCaaS players quickly entering into the CCaaS market.
And that’s a good thing. The Unified Enterprise Communications industry is absolutely bursting at the seams with innovation, looking to leverage the latest technologies, such as AI in VoIP. With arguably some of the most practical real world use-cases for these latest innovations, UCaaS, CCaaS, and other Communication and Collaboration tools have become the forefront for some of the latest paradigm shifts within Enterprise technology.
This of course makes the Enterprise Communications industry particularly compelling to bet your career in. Some of the biggest UC names like Twilio, Cisco and Nextiva are truly pushing the boundaries of what is possible, and implementing the latest technologies, without any signs of slowing down. This industry has been a massive employer, and reaches all different sectors of business and technology.
But, those that are looking for the right opportunity to grow their career and knowledge have an overwhelming number of available companies to choose from. Glassdoor is just one popular resource that helps those searching for employment make sense of potential employers. We wanted to leverage the data collected by Glassdoor to better represent the top 15 Enterprise Communication companies to bet your career on in 2019.
To better understand what companies might offer the best career opportunities, we specifically took a look at various metrics, including the average number of reviews compared to the number of employees, the number of recent reviews, and the overall CEO approval rating as provided on Glassdoor.
To keep things fair, we also went ahead and took a look at how the organization’s represent themselves, and highlighted some key cultural aspects as well as provided work benefits. Here are the 15 companies you would truly want to bet your career on.