Wireless Unified Communications

In the past only Enterprise Businesses were able to afford the high cost associated with implementing a mobile voice unified communications strategy. These strategies typically included a hosted or premise based Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange (IPPBX), along with and ERP based softphone (application on the device) for the smart phone. In fact, not that long ago, Blackberry announced their new BlackBerry Mobile Voice Systems that integrated Cisco and Nortel among others. Today, all of the PBX vendors including Cisco, Shoretel, Mitel and Avaya all support smart phone clients that integrate with the PBX. Convergent Telecom is specialises in integrating complex wireless unified communications strategies.

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