World VoIP NewsKerio Technologies promotes innovative VoIP solution Kerio Operator 2.0Kerio Technologies promotes innovative VoIP solution Kerio Operator 2.0

Kerio Technologies promotes innovative VoIP solution Kerio Operator 2.0


Kerio Technologies promotes innovative VoIP solution Kerio Operator 2.0
Company Kerio Technologies has rolled out new solution entitled as the Kerio Operator 2.0. This product is the last released version of legacy VoIP PBX telephony system. The format of combination between traditional telephony and the IP applications has emerged massively, so Kerio keep the pace of adding functionalities to its line-up, empowering customers to get more added value and operational performance out of their VoIP applications.
applications. For instance, Kerio Operator 2.0 supports dynamic access to the Digium’s Asterisk Manager Interface (AMI). The open sourced API enables 3rd party deployment, for instance Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software systems and dialling interfaces, to get complete incorporation into the Kerio Operator. CRM penetration into the system makes sales professionals to dial their clients directly in framework of related CRM engine, with their calls to be automatically processed within the system. "When an IT tools provider has considerable roster of clients and potential customers, he or she should forward a lot of phone calls daily," stated Walter Huff, CEO at Huff Technologies, as a Kerio Preferred Partner. "Kerio Operator 2.0, having integrated its CRM deployment utilities, truly facilitate that process and make me get in touch with much more leads." Kerio Operator 2.0 is readily accessible as a software utility, having its own security-enabled operating system for applications on dedicated tailored hardware. Also, it appears to be deliverable in two hardware modes for customers who desire fast and effective deployment. The set of new features includes so called Call Parking, which makes a user to leave a call on hold at one telephone set and keep the conversation from additional telephone handset on the customer’s network. Another extra feature is named as the Extension Handling, enabled when the same extension number is provisioned on a wired telephone and a smartphone, Kerio Operator ensures every device with its particular configuration and those could be a list of ring group, call prioritization. The service of Auto-provisioning makes “plug-and-play" configuration, with the task to prevent the cumbersome configuring of new phones in the network. All major phones are compatible with the system, including Cisco, Linksys, Polycom and others. "There are none discussions about VoIP installations to be on the boost, when old complicated PBX is faced the destiny of the dinosaur," boasted Scott Schreiman, CEO at Kerio Technologies. "What we are observing as the industry gets more mature are VoIP products that offer specific features for very special segments of market. By deploying the Kerio Operator 2.0, we have introduced the extremely flexible compatible engine for the sales agents who work in an initiatives like Salesforce or SugarCRM." Kerio Operator's direct price is $30 USD per customer.


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