AVST Showcases the Future of Communications Systems at Enterprise Connect
At the Enterprise Connect show, AVST will present a full lineup of sessions that address key issues for enterprises worldwide. These sessions include the variety of ways in which companies can migrate voice infrastructure and legacy applications, deliver deployment flexibility from CPE to private cloud and public cloud UC solutions, mobilize their workforces and utilize federated presence to communicate in real time.
AVST will focus on five key areas. These include migrating voice infrastructure and legacy applications, delivering deployment flexibility from CPE to cloud-based UC solutions, mobilizing workforces to increase business agility, utilizing federated presence and improving business processes, company officials said.
Recently, AVST announced an agreement for Voice Mobility's UCN250, a UC-as-a-Service (UCaaS) platform that will be integrated into AVST's UC solutions portfolio. The UCN250 rounds out AVST's premise-based and private cloud solutions with a public cloud-based UC offering.
Utilizing the extensibility of AVST's solution, organizations can create applications that integrate with business applications and databases to provide content-rich customer self-services that improve business processes.
“This is an exciting time for AVST, as we are continuing to round out our industry-leading lineup of products that transition customers to Unified Communications at their own pace,” said Denny Michael, vice president of marketing, AVST, in a statement.
More than 15 million users rely on AVST’s products and services to maximize their productivity. AVST is focused on delivering communications solutions that increase individual, group and enterprise productivity.
The company’s flagship Unified Communications platform, CallXpress, offers interoperability, scalability and resiliency while delivering advanced call processing, voicemail, unified messaging, personal assistant, fax, speech and notification capabilities.
In April 2010, AVST announced a long-term strategic technology deal with NEC Corporation of America.
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Edited by Janice McDuffee