eOn Communications (News - Alert) and Esna Technologies have announced the launch of a new version of their mobile unified communication software for the eOn eNterprise IP Messenger for RIM BlackBerry (News - Alert) devices.
According to Davide Petramala, vice president Business Development at Esnatech, the joint release of the eOn eNterprise IP Messenger platform provides enterprises with the opportunity to offer full enterprise communications to BlackBerry users.
"BlackBerry users can now seamlessly manage all there office communications directly from their device such as find me follow me, presence and instant messaging! This puts Esnatech and eOn in the market leadership position when it comes to a complete Mobile UC solution for enterprise users," said. Petramala.
Both companies have released a version specifically for BlackBerry users in the App World that use the eOn Millennium and eQueue IP telephony platforms. This mobile application is offered free of cost and eOn users can access it directly on their device.
Officials explain that once the application is installed in conjunction with eNterprise IP Messenger server, users can link their devices to their office phone system and leverage BlackBerry as their office communication device.
eOn aims to enhance communications between management, staff, remote workers and customers while reducing costs and driving revenue streams. Vice President of Sales, Jack Dienno pointed out that through mobility solutions provided by eOn's eNterprise IP Messenger coupled with wireless devices such as BlackBerry, they're offering their customers anytime, anywhere connectivity with presence management tools.
These tools improve employee productivity and foster profitable relationships with their clients and partners, Dienno said.
The new mobile application allows users to view their work groups and see who is online and available and provides access to real-time status so users can chose the best way to communicate with co-workers.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi