Creston Flex UC Suite Now Shipping
Communication takes on so many forms in our omnichannel, always-on, always-plugged in world. From chat and IM, to voice, video and beyond, solution providers are putting a focus on creating comprehensive communications solutions capable of supporting the mounting requirements of the modern age.
Creston announced it is now shipping the complete portfolio of Creston Flex Unified Communications solutions, spanning support for Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business as well as Zoom Rooms software.
"We are pleased to elevate our long standing partnership with Crestron. The integration of the Crestron Flex portfolio of devices with Microsoft Teams delivers an impressive end-to-end portfolio for customers," said Bob Davis, CVP, M365 Customer and Partner Experience at Microsoft Corporation.
Featuring deployment and management courtesy of the Creston XiO Cloud platform, the portfolio includes:
- Crestron Flex C100 Series – a flexible, integrated UC kit delivering one-touch join, optional UC DSP and ceiling microphone array.
- Creston Flex M100 Series – a tabletop solution that support secure calling, presenting and video conferencing with a 4k camera with auto zoom, people counting and lifelike image.
- Creston Flex B100 Series – the wall mounted soundbar provides exceptional sound quality with a beam forming microphone array, 4k camera and 10” touch screen interface.
- Creston Flex P100 Series – a robust IP phone with a user friendly touch screen and enables easy access to coworkers and your calendar.
Bradley Wilbanks, Global AV Supervisor at Sealed Air explained, "In the past, we were always finding ourselves trying to force our customers to bend to our platform and codec. Crestron Flex allows us to be more flexible while offering a seamless experience; taking the technology out of the equation and letting us focus on doing our jobs.”
Communication is key, regardless of what size or shape of your organization. Whether it’s the Monday sales meeting or Wednesday’s call to woo a new client, communication is vital.
Edited by Maurice Nagle