Esna Technologies Introduces UC software for Windows Phone 7
To provide communication solutions that empower organizations by giving them the flexibility to conduct business at anytime, anywhere, Esna Technologies Inc. (esnatech), a company in enterprise unified communications, has optimized its UC Mobile software for the new Windows phone 7 operating system.According to a press release, the new mobile UC client is now available as a free download in the Windows Phone Marketplace accessible from your Windows mobile 7 device and this release extends esnatech's mobile UC capability to one of the newest mobile platforms.
Introducing the Office LinX UC Mobile client for Windows Phone 7, esnatech now delivers rich UC functionality on every major mobile platform including Windows Mobile, Apple iPhone, RIM blackberry, Symbian and Google Android.
Davide Petramala, vice president of Marketing and Sales said, “Our goal at esnatech is to provide anywhere access to communications and our UC Mobile application supports enterprises who are rapidly adopting mobile communications and collaboration tools. With our UC Mobile solution, employees can manage calls, calendar and presence from their Windows Phone 7 device just as if they were in the office.”
UC Mobile offers a truly integrated mobile and desktop experience by enabling identical UC functionality across the desktop and mobile device. Along with improving the productivity of on-the-go employees, enterprises will also decrease overall costs by leveraging their PBX infrastructure and eliminating expensive cellular long distance charges.
Regardless of mobile device, esnatech offers fixed-to mobile convergence between the Windows Phone 7 OS and enterprise PBX systems such as Cisco, Avaya, Mitel, Nortel, Iwatsu, AASTRA, Toshiba, eON, Shoretel, Asterisk, and others.
The UC Mobile Client enables those on esnatech's Office LinX UC platform to manage office presence and integrate with enterprise presence solutions such as Microsoft Office Communication Server and Google apps and determine the presence and availability of colleagues in the office.
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Edited by Rich Steeves