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TMCNet:  VXi Corporation Named Technology Partner by Interactive Intelligence

[November 13, 2012]

VXi Corporation Named Technology Partner by Interactive Intelligence

DOVER, N.H. --(Business Wire)--

Leader in headset solutions, VXi Corporation continues to expand its global reach and impact on the telecommunications industry by entering into a partnership with Interactive Intelligence, a worldwide provider of unified IP business communications software and services.

Interactive Intelligence (News - Alert) offers contact center automation, unified communications, and business process automation solutions, which can be deployed on-premises or via a cloud-based communications-as-a-service model. After testing the UC ProSet™, Interactive Intelligence named VXi its newest Technology Partner for providing corded headsets to its customers.

"When it comes to corded headsets, VXi's UC ProSet™ is in a class of its own," said Mike Ferguson VXi president and CEO. "Its sleek design and ease-of-use are only surpassed by its performance. We're thrilled that our partnership with Interactive Intelligence will open up the highest quality combined business communications software and corded headset solutions to a new group of contact centers and enterprises."

New in 2012, the UC ProSet™ exemplifies VXi's commitment to providing quality products to unified communications users. This headset has been perfected for use in contact centers and busy offices, including at-home offices and other business settings. Among a list of industry-leading features, the UC ProSet™ boasts:


  • Wideband audio with crisp, natural sound quality for clearer conversations and greater productivity;
  • Superior noise-cancelation technology, eliminating up to 88 percent of background noise for both secure conversations and improved customer communication; and
  • Lightweight and attractive design for unmatched durability to withstand all-day, everyday use.

To qualify for Technology Partner status, Interactive Intelligence put the UC ProSet™ through interoperability testing, including use with Polycom (News - Alert) phones and Interactive Intelligence SIP stations for inbound and outbound calls.

"VXi's UC ProSet™ easily passed our tests demonstrating excellence in call quality, clarity and overall appearance," said Interactive Intelligence vice president of development, Jeff Gerardot. "Its performance ensures our global customers will get a complete solution that now includes the highest quality corded headset."

In addition to the UC ProSet™, VXi's extensive CC&O product offering includes trusted headsets such as the VXi Tria and Passport, as well as the VXi's wireless headset option, the V100. Regardless of the application, the CC&O product line delivers the kind of performance and value you can only get from VXi.

For additional information about the UC ProSet™ and VXi's full product offering, visit www.VXiCorp.com.

About VXi Corporation

Since 1989, VXi Corporation has been at the forefront of providing best-in-class telecommunication and speech recognition solutions for contact centers, offices and mobile professionals. From the company's first noise-canceling microphone to its newest line of Unified Communications solutions, VXi is known around the world for delivering value, excellence and innovation to the market. VXi meets the highest global standards for product quality and service, and its products are backed by the industry's best warranties. You can visit their website at www.VXiCorp.com, connect with them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.


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