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NEC SL2100 Goes Down Under

August 22, 2017

Australia is home to some of the world’s most dangerous species, kangaroos, Crocodile Dundee, but an announcement from NEC notes that it is also home to NEC’s newest “smart communications” platform, which the company notes is a perfect fit for small and medium sized businesses – and keeps your business safe from toll fraud.

NEC’s SL2100 Smart Communications System is a robust offering support for a number of VoIP services, as well as mobility, unified communications and collaboration features. 

“Delivering a personal and seamless customer experience is a must for the modern business who are looking for a competitive edge,” noted Andy Hurt, director of Sales and Solutions for NEC Australia.

With security being front of mind, the SL2100 provides enhanced security that approaches the issue of toll fraud head on to protect companies from this growing threat.

Features for the SL2100 include:  On-Board, expandable VoIP capability; unified messaging; In UC Web-based unified communications client; Web-based video conferencing & collaboration with four licenses included; toll fraud guard; cloud-based automatic software updates; mobility / remote worker support with mobile extension; smartphone integration; hold music; auto attendant; audio conferencing; and enhanced handset range.

“Aside from ensuring that we continue to offer a high value communications solution with enhanced built-in capability, we’ve also addressed typical IT security-related challenges faced by small business by offering active toll fraud monitoring and cloud based software updates ensuring our customers are always protected against the growing threat of cyber-based crime.”

There are a number of factors at play when selecting a business VoIP or cloud communications system. NEC does a good job of covering the bases, paying special attention to security, and the growing issue of toll fraud.

Just remember to watch out for those dingoes…

Edited by Maurice Nagle