(Originally posted on Convergence Corner.)
We know the economy is impacting the communications space, despite its seeming immunity for a period. Earnings numbers are down — rather significantly for most — and customers are simply being extremely cautious with how the spend their dollars.
Even though IP Communications offers significant cost savings, in a space as crowded as this is, vendors have to go the extra mile to drive attention to their solutions and away from their competition.
Syspine is literally going that extra mile, traveling to Miami to exhibit at ITEXPO this week to show its DOS A50 base server, which provides a complete telephony solution for up to 50 IP 310 endpoints and as many as 8 PSTN lines for backup or to connect existing legacy endpoints.
The Syspine solution is powered by Microsoft Response Point — which is a Platinum Sponsor of ITEXPO (News - Alert) — offers all of the popular elements of an IP Communications solution: unified messaging, SIP Trunking support, voice mail, auto attendant, speech recognition and text to speech conversion, Outlook integration, and much more. Basically, it provides the cost savings of VoIP (and SIP Trunking), the convenience and productivity enhancements from UC, and the added benefit of being built on a solution designed to integrate with Microsoft (News - Alert) applications, including the inherent features, like voice recognition.
Voice recognition, in fact, is among the primary features of Response Point, allowing the Syspine (News - Alert) VoIP phone system to accurately recognize most spoken words, ensuring simplified calling by merely picking up a handset, pressing the Response Point button, and saying the recipient’s name. It’s that simple. The Syspine platform looks up the number in your company directory or your Outlook address book and dials.
Through March, Syspine is adding an additional bonus — anyone buying a Syspine DOS A50 will get two free IP phones to start their network.
To find out more about Syspine, Response Point, how VoIP can save your business precious dollars while improving your communications capabilities, and for more about this offer, visit Syspine at booth #929 in the exhibit hall.
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Edited by Erik Linask