Always looking for new ways to offer our partners services to help them win opportunities and make the procurement and delivery of solutions as seamless as possible, we’ve recently launched our new secure telephony service for our reseller partners’ cloud communications offering.

Introducing STAC:



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What is STAC?

Underpinned by Oracle’s market leading Session Border Controller (SBC*), STAC enables resellers to offer a best-of-breed telephony service that is reliable, secure, and cost-effective.

Available to our reseller partners in the U.K. today, and launching in other European countries later this year, STAC allows resellers to utilise the expertise of the Nuvias UC team to overcome the technical challenges and complexities when deploying and managing voice services, as well as aiding in the number porting, service migration and telephony billing processes, and allowing our reseller partners to offer the full end-to-end UC experience to their customers.

What has triggered the business need for STAC?

Over the last two years we’ve seen a monumental shift towards online meetings with platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom, WebEx and RingCentral. With this, many businesses are also looking to move their telephony platforms to the cloud due to the flexibility that comes with it, increasing the need for an end-to-end UC service.  Typically, procurement of these services would involve multiple parties requiring multiple contractual agreements and transactional flows, as well as a large amount of technical expertise to implement.

To overcome these complexities for our customers, Nuvias UC will allow resellers to offer all component parts under one commercial offering and enable a single supply path for the service, while also providing the technical expertise for you. This will allow all our reseller partners to offer Voice Integration Services via an easy to consume Per User Per Month model, not just those with a background in telephony.

How STAC works

The benefits

Telephony is still a very common form of communication. STAC has been designed to address the continued requirement for telephony services as well as making it simple for resellers to offer this to their customers.


• allows reseller to focus on their customers, not the technicalities

• is a fully managed service, whereby any service changes or additions can be implemented by the experienced STAC technical team

• is simple to order via Nuvias UC’s online marketplace, Hub

• makes billing simple – per user, per month, including call minutes**

• is based on the market leading SBC from Oracle

• offers SIP connectivity from Gamma, the market leader for SIP trunking in the U.K.

• is scalable, resilient, and redundant by design

How to get started

It couldn’t be simpler to get started – get in contact with us today to have a chat with one of our sales team and we’ll talk you through the service offering and how to spot an opportunity. We don’t expect you to be experts from day 1, so we’ll be there for you, whenever you need us, including explaining the benefits of the service to your prospective customers.

We’ve acknowledged the benefits of Nuvias UC’s online website, Hub, in a previous blog post.

As a distributor, it’s integral to both our business and our partners’ businesses that we make the procurement process as seamless as possible so that we can keep the channel moving effectively.

That’s why STAC is available through Hub where, within just a few clicks, resellers can place their order and let Nuvias UC take care of the rest. From there, we’ll take care of the service configuration, any required number porting, and the cloud integration.

Furthermore, Nuvias UC will manage the rating and billing for the service as well as any out of plan telephone calls that are changed on top of the inclusive minutes.

Download our STAC guide to find out more.

* SBC: A session border controller (SBC) is a network element deployed to protect SIP based voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) networks.

** Includes calls to most landline and mobile numbers, see Terms & Conditions for details