Active Voice to Profile Higher Education Messaging Solutions at 2006 ACUTA Conference in San Diego
Leading Messaging Provider Showcases Solutions Designed to Help Colleges Streamline Communications, Increase Productivity and Reduce Costs
In booth #500, Active Voice will present its Kinesis* unified communications solution and Seven speech-enabled call management system to telecommunications professionals from colleges and universities nationwide. Active Voice maintains its focus on delivering scalable, reliable and secure communications solutions that empower higher education customers to improve operational inefficiencies and enhance workflow.
“The ACUTA exhibition provides an ideal opportunity to showcase Active Voice’s latest solutions,” said Victor Foia, president and CEO, Active Voice, LLC. “We are pleased to demonstrate our commitment to developing innovative solutions designed to meet the critical business needs for our higher education customers.”
Active Voice’s Kinesis unified communications system is well-suited for higher education institutions that experience heavy call volume from students, faculty, staff and the public at large. Kinesis helps to streamline communications by allowing users to access and manage their voice, fax, and e-mail from the desktop PC, through a touch-tone telephone, or over the Internet. The shared extension mailbox feature allows Kinesis subscribers who share a physical telephone extension to have private mailboxes, which is ideal for a dormitory environment. The Kinesis system integrates with a wide variety of telephone systems and can scale to several hundred ports on a cluster of servers, allowing it to handle hundreds of callers simultaneously. In addition, the modular design of Active Voice’s Kinesis solution provides a high level of flexibility, reliability and scalability, all common concerns for large institutions.
Active Voice will also showcase its Seven speech-enabled call management system ideal for the higher education market. With Seven, students, faculty and staff who are often mobile around campus can access one another by simply calling the system and stating the name or department they wish to reach, without having to remember extensions or use a live operator for assistance. Seven can help colleges reduce costs by eliminating the need to spend valuable resources updating and publishing lengthy school directories. In addition, Seven can provide 24/7/365 access to ‘information on request,’ such as class schedules, emergency notifications and events around campus. The Seven system currently supports eight languages and is well-suited for multicultural environments like higher education.
Active Voice’s Kinesis and Seven messaging solutions are available through its Authorized Reseller channel. For more information, please contact Active Voice Sales Support at 1-800-384-3575 or email@example.com.
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