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AVST to Host Migrating Your Legacy Voicemail Solution to Unified Communications Webinar

Discover how CallXpress leverages the value of your current and future voice and data infrastructure investments.

FOOTHILL RANCH, Calif., June 22, 2009Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. (AVST) today announced that it will host an educational Webinar titled, “Migrating Your Legacy Voicemail Solution to Unified Communications."  The Webinar will take place Wednesday, June 24th, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. EDT / 11:00 a.m. PDT. 

This educational Webinar will explore benefits and risk associated when transitioning from your legacy voicemail system to Unified Communications. CallXpress® from AVST has been purposely built to remove the uncertainties that have been associated with this transition. The CallXpress platform is one of the industry's most popular and respected replacement strategies for legacy voicemail replacement for systems such as Octel® Aria® and Serenade® (VMX), Mitel® NuPoint with Centigram interface, Avaya® INTUITY™ AUDIX®, and Nortel® Meridian Mail.

CallXpress integrates with over 250 PBX's from circuit-switched to packet-switched IP environments, offering advanced call processing and voicemail functionality while also providing next generation communication capabilities for future growth.  An appealing advantage of CallXpress is its ability to emulate various legacy telephone user interfaces within the same system.  This capability is valuable in minimizing training time and thus enhances user productivity. With 26 years building communications applications, AVST delivers call processing, voicemail, unified messaging, personal assistant, fax, speech and notification.

“Unified Communications can bring substantial benefits that positively impact costs, revenues and customer satisfaction,” said Denny Michael, AVST’s Vice President of Marketing.  “Our Webinars are a key element in our commitment to educate end users on how to unify communications, especially in enterprise environments where flexible solutions are key.”

Dick Ready, AVST Senior Sales Engineer, will be the featured speaker.  Ready  has over 20 years in the telecommunications industry in positions ranging from operations management to sales engineering, supporting a wide range of products and technologies, including PBX, call center, IVR, VoIP and messaging.

The hour-long session will be interactive in nature, with audience polls and ample time allotted for Q&A from the audience.  Attendees will leave the session with an understanding of what is driving businesses to adopt Unified Communications, and how these same drivers may be at work in their own enterprise.

To register for the "Migrating Your Legacy Voicemail Solution to Unified Communications," Webinar please visit: http://www.avst.com/r/avst2.asp.

About AVST

With more than 35 years of continuous innovation, Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. (AVST) is a trusted developer of software-based, enterprise-class Unified Communications (UC) solutions.

Our mission is to design, deliver and support communications solutions that transform the productivity of individual workers, teams and enterprises while leveraging the value of their existing and evolving IT infrastructure.

Thousands of businesses worldwide rely on AVST's advanced voice, mobility, team communications and business process UC solutions to meet their mission-critical communications requirements. The world-class interoperability and flexibility of AVST's UC platform provides a future-proofed bridge to their digital future.

Headquartered in Orange County, California, AVST maintains facilities in Seattle, Washington, Victoria B.C., Canada, the United Kingdom, and has remote sales offices throughout the United States. AVST's UC solutions are sold and supported worldwide by an extensive network of resellers and OEM partners. To learn more about AVST, our products and partners, please visit www.avst.com or you can follow us at Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.

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