NEC Unified Communications

So what is Unified Communications?

Unified Communications empowers you with the ultimate communications tool by converging and integrating all forms of communications, networks, systems and business applications – on any device in any location. Resulting in improved productivity and efficiency by enabling you to communicate effectively.

But what does that mean?

For you, Unified Communications means communicating more effectively.

  • Unified Communications empowers you to find the people you want to contact from rich, detailed directories
  • Unified Communications allows you to know where people are and take action based on the results
  • Unified Communications encompasses all forms of communication from voice, instant messaging, video and collaboration
  • Unified Communications automates your communications by intelligently utilising your presence – forward your calls when away from the desk, inform callers you’re in a meeting and when you will return
  • Unified Communications integrates into your business applications and processes and provides your organisation new ways of working
  • Unified Communications will totally change the way you work!

So what is Unified Communications?

NEC started as a communications company in 1899, and since then has been building high reliability, high quality, scalable communications systems. We believe 5 9’s of reliability is the standard and we aim at making all forms of Unified Communications as reliable.

While your voice server will always be reliable, Unified Communications relies on varying forms of communications all with inherent levels of reliability and scalability. To achieve a truly reliable solution NEC has trained staff who will help you design, test and configure your networks, operating systems and infrastructure to ensure you get the most out of Unified Communications.

NEC believes in protecting your investment and the majority of Unified Communication features are available on Traditional PBX systems – it is not just for VoIP.

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