In 1996, AT&T spun off it’s electronics division, along with Bell Labs, creating a company known as Lucent Technologies. In 2001, Lucent sold it’s consumer electronics division in a move that created Avaya.
Avaya, still today is the leader in telecommunications equipment worldwide with a well recognized name, and products aimed at businesses from small offices to large enterprise level clients. Historically, the longevity and reliabilty of Avaya products are unparalelled.
Avaya offers a wide variety of systems, but one in particular stands out, it is their IP Office platform. IP Office is a unified communications platform that facilitates customer engagement on a variety of levels.
IP Office is competitively priced enough to be installed in offices with as few as five employees but scales up to 3,000 users in a single site or spread out among up to 150 sites.
Offering a mix of digital, analog and IP phones, the IP Office marries the peace of mind behind more traditional digital phones with emerging technologies such as VoIP, video and WebRTC. It’s hardware is designed to accomodate traditional analog telephone lines, high end digital services such as PRI as well as emerging SIP Trunking technologies.
Southern Cross Communications recommends the IP Office for the following types of businesses:
- Middle sized to Larger Medical Offices
- Financial Institutions
- Rapidly growing organizations
- Risk averse companies
- Large Retailers
Call Southern Cross Communications today to find out how Avaya can help you better engage your customers and make your business run more smoothly than ever. Install the IP Office and watch your customers say “Wow!” about you.