Gigaset pro is introducing the first two models of a new line of VoIP communication systems, aimed at streamlining communication processes for companies in the growing SMB market. With the new hybrid T440 PRO and T640 PRO and the built-in legacy support, customers can still use their existing ISDN and analogue lines while seamlessly moving into the VoIP and SIP world. In addition, businesses can take advantage of a flat licensing model with no hidden costs, providing them with a future-proof VoIP solution for a very attractive price. In terms of capacity, the T440 communication platform is capable of handling 40 users, 100 devices and 20 parallel calls, while the T640 supports up to 80 users, 250 devices and 40 parallel calls. All users have access to a highly intuitive web-based user interface for easy management of their calls, voicemail messages, contacts and more.
The PBX includes a free queuing system that informs the caller about their position in the queue. Companies have the option of replacing the standard music while on hold with their own audio files. Moreover, the advanced voicemail system is accessible from outside the office, and messages can be sent as audio attachments to a smartphone. Users also have the option of configuring the main screen to suit their personal requirements, and the user interface is automatically scalable and adapts quickly to any screen size, from smartphone to desktop screen.
The T440 PRO and T640 PRO support various telephone directories. Users are able to use any Gigaset pro device to access and compile their own phone directory. With the configurable web interface, important contacts are always at their fingertips.
“In the current fast-paced business world we live in, flexibility is essential,” says Stefan Berens, Senior Product Manager VoIP at Gigaset pro. “The Gigaset T440 PRO and the T640 PRO let companies adapt quickly to changing environments and meet growing communications requirements. The PBX is very scalable, which is key, especially when SMBs start to expand and need to hire new staff. With the flat licensing model and the built-in smart migration concept, the cost per user as well as the TCO is very low. If you also take into account the user-friendliness of the intuitive interface, you can be sure that your Gigaset communication system is ready for the future.”
For the future, Gigaset pro is already working on further enhancements and expansion of the current portfolio of business telephone systems for SMBs. A complete Unified Communications CTI desktop client for Windows and MAC OS is planned for the first half of 2015, along with enhancements on the mobility side, integrating smartphones and tablets into the communication environment.
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