This week at VoiceCon® Orlando 2010, Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. (AVST), a leading developer of communications solutions, will be showcasing its flagship Unified Communications (UC) platform, CallXpress® 8. AVST can be located in booth #737 on the show floor at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center. In addition, AVST Chief Technology Officer, Tom Minifie, is participating in a VoiceCon breakout session titled, “How Much Voice Mail Do You Really Need?” on Wednesday, March 24th at 8:00 AM.
VoiceCon Orlando 2010 is focused on using communications to transform the enterprise. As enterprises build their next generation IP telephony solution, they find themselves turning to a new set of applications that increase user and business productivity. One such application is AVST’s CallXpress. For nearly three decades, CallXpress has been transforming productivity through applications like call processing, voicemail, unified messaging, personal assistant, fax, speech, and notification, while integrating into the organization’s existing and future infrastructure. CallXpress enables organizations of all sizes to facilitate their enterprise migration from legacy TDM call processing and voicemail to IP-enabled UC, while delivering the interoperability, feature depth and resiliency required in a next generation solution.
“VoiceCon is an important annual event for AVST and gives us the opportunity to meet with our customers and partners to share ideas, business strategies, programs, and solutions,” said Denny Michael, AVST Vice President of Marketing. “Our customers are here to gain valuable information that they can leverage for their business. We always enjoy the opportunity to meet at VoiceCon and share our product roadmap and vision for the future.”
CallXpress 8 is highly interoperable. With over 250 TDM and IP integrations and the ability to support multiple switches, CallXpress aligns with the key capabilities that organizations are demanding. In addition, CallXpress allows organizations to consolidate and centralize their voicemail system to improve business efficiency while enhancing the bottom line. With scalability up to 384 ports, CallXpress supports a centralized, distributed or mixed telephony infrastructure.
For more information about the AVST product line, please visit the company’s website at avst.com/.
VoiceCon Breakout Session Description: How Much Voice Mail Do You Really Need?
Voice messaging systems became part of the landscape because phones need to be answered whether or not the called party was available. But with presence, IM and related Unified Communications applications and capabilities, there are new ways to assess the value voice messaging and Unified Messaging do, or don't, deliver. This session will analyze the new options becoming available, and the different ways to calculate ROI.
Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. (avst.com) is a leading developer of communications solutions with over 10 million users that rely on its products and services to maximize their productivity. With nearly 30 years of innovation excellence, AVST is focused on delivering solutions that increase user and business productivity. Its flagship Unified Communications platform, CallXpress®, offers unprecedented interoperability and delivers advanced call processing, voicemail, unified messaging, personal assistant, fax, speech and notification capabilities. With CallXpress, an organization can protect and extend its existing data and telephony infrastructure investment — now and into the future.
Headquartered in Orange County, Calif., AVST maintains facilities in Seattle, Wash. and the United Kingdom and has remote sales offices across the United States. AVST's Unified Communications solutions are sold and supported internationally by an extensive network of resellers and OEM partners.