Using the new release of OpenScape Office, mobile workers have access to UC tools and presence federation on mobile devices, helping them stay closer to key business partners while on the road or in separate locations. Presence and messaging is now also ‘federated,’ or interoperable, across OpenScape Office and Google through an open industry standard XMPP interface. These features combine to help SMBs increase productivity and collaboration while saving on communication costs.
OpenScape Office offers three flexible deployment models, allowing SMBs to fully customize their UC deployments, including an optional multi-channel contact center:
- OpenScape LX
- OpenScape Office MX
- OpenScape Office HX
Chris Hummel North America
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