Cost-effective, ﬂexible voice solutions – now there are advancements in voice collaboration that improve the efﬁciency of employees while driving costs and usage fees down. Your business will be enabled to use new networking capabilities to help ensure that proﬁtability is being maximised.
Three Things to Know About
- The Path Forward: leverage your existing Avaya or third party equipment, and transition to the latest capabilities for your businesses needs, whether that is mobility, text to speech, conferencing or networking solutions.
- Simplifying the Experience: use common clients to bring the same extensive features to employees wherever they are – in or out of the ofﬁce, even if it is on the road. Location is becoming irrelevant.
- Expansion and Growth When You Need It: a concern is that your system may either be too big for your business, or that your businesses growth will exceed your systems capacity… As you business grows, access to new technological capabilities for customer contact can become readily available for you down the track: conferencing, messaging, IM and presence, desktop or video room systems – acquire it when you need it.
Flexibility in the Core of Your Network is Fundamental
Flexibility Across Your Network and Around the World: the Avaya Voice Collaboration is an award winning management system, that optimises the use of bandwith and network resources, while extending your collaborating capabilities to employees based on what you need, not strung down by location.
Make Every Cent Count: your voice is a resource, not an expense and you should utilise it to its potential. You can reduce costs and complexity by enabling centralised call routing, as well as dial plan management that helps to ensure the least costly paths, this can be achieved by allocating bandwidth to your speciﬁc needs and priorities.
Communications as Reliable as You Are: The Voice Collaboration has not only been tested by Avaya, but IP Voice Solutions countless times for customer standards – a standard that more than 95% of the Fortune 500 trust their communications with every day.