World VoIP NewsUK Unified Communications solutions company VCOMM releases Vlync PilotUK Unified Communications solutions company VCOMM releases Vlync Pilot

UK Unified Communications solutions company VCOMM releases Vlync Pilot


UK Unified Communications solutions company VCOMM releases Vlync Pilot
United Kingdom based enterprise VCOMM, a being the prominent distributor of Internet telephony hardware and services , as the subsidiary of Internet telephony provider Coms Plc, announced a hosted application of Microsoft’s Lync unified communications system, called as Vlync Pilot.
“Vlync Pilot makes our resellers to deliver to their custoemrs a real PBX replacement. It’s a white labelled application, created as a completely managed service for a very neglectable setup invetsments . It ensures Enterprise Voice to small companies who are crying out for this capabilities,” Toby Fryer, sales director at Company stated in a official press release. Designed as the market the solution through its telecoms resellers and channel partners, Vlync Pilot is a completely handled and hosted Microsoft Lync service with 5 user licenses and 5 Polycom handsets enabling businesses to execute asoociated procedures of Microsoft Lync on their own local networks. The VCOMM innovation indicated that the newly launched Vlync Pilot makes full unified communications functions to the desktop, and related features are: Instant Message conferencing, peer-to-peer voice and video, AV and web conferencing, Federation, desktop sharing, Exchange UM, Outlook Web App, Enterprise Voice and integration into Microsoft Office applications.Resellers will just have to arrange for a very little capital funds to cover the scheme and operating fees for end users are also very affordable, said the company. Also, there is no prior training or qualifications around Microsoft Lync needed as VCOMM are fully certified in this technology. The service also enables resellers even those with no prior knowledge of Microsoft Lync or the voice arena to now approach SMEs with a strong UC backup.VCOMM is also planning to launch shortly its Vlync Hosted. This is the natural progression after a successful pilot offering the same functions and features including Enterprise Voice, but on a longer term in line with traditional hosted models.VCOMM’S Vlync scheme includes a consultancy service for reseller and customer, planning and designing, network discovery, implementation, going live and deployment. “Resellers tell us that cost is one of the main barriers to promote Microsoft Lync” Richard Bennett, chief executive officer of Coms plc noted. “Lync Pilot enables enterprise customers to quickly and cheaply trial integrated Microsoft Exchange and Lync and asses the benefits of unified communications for their organizations,” Bennett added. The Vlync Pilot service is made available to resellers in five-user trial packages costing 804.90 dollars. Each package includes one CX600, CX500 and CX300 plus two CX200 Polycom phones. Resellers also get to keep the Polycom phones once the introductory phase is over.Earlier in April 2011, VCOMM announced its partnership with E-MetroTel to bring UCx, a new UC communications system, to the UK Channels


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