Cost Effective Communications

Public services are suffering budget cuts and increased workloads. Replacing multiple legacy systems reduces suppport costs and simplifies processes. iPECS enables this, supporting flexible scalability, centralised management and seamless operation across distributed sites.

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Configured to suit your needs

Unified Communications integrates seamlessly with analogue, digital and IP networks, and all industry-standard desktop applications and devices. E-mail, voice and video calls, instant messaging, contact management, all of these can be controlled from the on-screen interface.

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Simple to Learn, Simple to Use

High personnel turnover requires frequent training and set up of new users, putting strain on time and budget resources. Easy-use handsets and common interfaces eliminate complexity, simplify training and give your communications a single, consistent identity.

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Superior Collaboration

Our Unified Communications Platform delivers both voice and video conferencing, voicemail and collaboration tools, all controlled from a 'click to call' interface. Drag contacts from your address book to add them to the call and send text and files to other callers.

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Keep Track of Your Team

Provides the latest UC applications, like presence and web collaboration, to improve efficiency and give a rich user experience. With presence tools, you can see at a glance the status of other team members, and web collaboration allows you to share information efficiently.

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Manage your Service Workers

Unified Communications Platform delivers 'any time, any where, any device' service in a convenient all-in-one package. Mobile phones and and devices can be seamlessly connected to the system via the mobile communicator application.

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Reliable Resilient Architecture

Total reliability is vital for communications networks used by public services. iPECS UCP is designed to deliver complete resilience through geographic redundancy and inherent modular architecture.

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