Convergia Offers Free Consultations for Avaya IP Office Phones
May 08, 2014
By Anuradha Shukla
, TMCnet Contributor
Convergia is helping businesses select the best Avaya (News - Alert) IP office phone systems for their company's specific communication needs and goals by providing free professional consultations for businesses.
“Convergia's free business consultations help companies save on their communications systems and choose the best tools for their needs,” said Alejandro Bitar, president of Convergia. “We offer Avaya business phone systems, which give companies new ways to do more with less, so they can be competitive without increasing costs.”
Ideal for small and medium-sized businesses, Avaya IP office phone systems enable users to enjoy the benefits of Unified Communications (News - Alert) typically availed by large-sized organizations.
These systems provide users with a range of features including caller ID, automated attendant, dial-by-name options, conferencing and voice mail.
All these features maximize the productivity and efficiency of companies and streamline their phone system communications in a cost-effective manner.
More information on these products is available on Convergia.ca.
Convergia is a Montreal, Canada-based international voice and data service provider. Earlier this year, it offered free consultation to get users started with Avaya video conferencing.
The company also offers free professional consultations to businesses that intend to implement Avaya's IP Office Essential Edition and help them select the ideal IP phone systems for their organization.
Avaya's IP Office Essential Edition delivers communications tools to small businesses and helps them to operate efficiently.
This edition boast a range of features including caller ID, one-number access, dial-by-name, automated attendants, conferencing and voicemail. It can also program up to 40 automated attendants to handle all types of customer situations.
“Businesses can increase their call handling efficiency, with additional communication convenience for both customers and employees, providing 24-hour access for callers,” added Bitar.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson