AVST Showcases CallXpress 8 at NEC Users Group Conference
Demonstrates Powerful Unified Communications Solution; Underscores Commitment to Enhancing Communications for Small to Large Enterprises
Bellevue, Wash., May 17, 2010 – Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. (AVST) is demonstrating its CallXpress® 8 Unified Communications (UC) solution at the annual NEC Users Group Conference this week at the Hyatt Regency in Bellevue, Wash. AVST is spotlighting its CallXpress platform emphasizing its powerful features and support for NEC’s products.
Having recently announced a strategic technology relationship with NEC, AVST will be on hand this week to meet with NEC users to demonstrate the unique capabilities of CallXpress and its integration with NEC’s product portfolio. CallXpress supports NEC telephony switches with up to 10 integrations on a single CallXpress system. In addition, NEC has integrated their MA 4000 with CallXpress to provide system administrators with a single application to manage user information across multiple communication applications.
“We have a long history of enhancing communications for small, medium and large enterprises and our recent announcement with NEC underscores our ongoing commitment to that goal,” said Denny Michael, AVST Vice President of Marketing. “We have a strong relationship with NEC, and will continue to ensure that our products integrate easily with their product offerings while providing the industry’s most interoperable UC solution with scalability and resiliency.”
In addition to product demonstrations, AVST is participating in a breakout session during the conference to educate NEC customers as they consider a migration to UC:
- “Ten Steps to Securing a Strong ROI on Your Legacy Voicemail Migration to Unified Communications,” presented by Hardy Myers, AVST President & CEO, scheduled for Tuesday, May 18, at 1:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue.
The annual NEC Users Group Conference gives all active member companies of the NEC Users Group the opportunity to come together in an organized forum for sharing ideas and expertise with other users while making valuable professional contacts. Attendees to the annual event include NEC executives, systems integrators and end users.
CallXpress is a Unified Communications platform that transforms productivity through applications like call processing, voicemail, unified messaging, personal assistant, fax, speech, and notification. CallXpress is known for its unique ability to integrate into an organization’s existing and future infrastructure. CallXpress enables organizations of all sizes to quickly and cost-effectively migrate from legacy TDM call processing and voicemail to a next-generation IP-enabled Unified Communications (UC) solution that facilitates enterprise-wide productivity.
For more information, please visit www.avst.com.
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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