With more than 30 years of continuous innovation, Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. (AVST) is a trusted developer of software-based Unified Communications (UC) solutions for businesses of all sizes.Their passion has been to develop communications solutions that transform the productivity of individuals, teams and businesses while leveraging the value of their existing and evolving IT infrastructure.
In my opinion nobody comes close to building a more secure, reliable, feature-rich and scalable “enterprise class” UC solutions system, than AVST. That’s why top hospitals, leading universities, major government agencies and multinational companies have turned to AVST to meet their requirements today. Organizations that are replacing mission-critical voice applications like automated attendant, voicemail and fax, have been looking to AVST to provide quality, feature rich benefits and integration to their current PBX’s.
I personally have been selling AVST products for over 20 years and I can attest to the fact that I have never had a dissatisfied customer that purchased one of the PhoneXpress or CallXpress products. The systems are “rock solid”, extremely reliable, flexible, easy to program and integrate with all of the major PBX’s on the market.
I will be writing several blogs that will highlight many of the advanced features that AVST has to offer, but this one is primarily going to be focused on Lync. So for you “Lync geeks” (me being one of them), AVST has good news for those that either have or are at least considering making Lync your corporate PBX.
On its own, Microsoft® Lync 2013 supports voice communications with a rich mix of UC offerings, including presence, instant messaging and conferencing. But implementing Lync as a complete PBX replacement requires certain mission-critical voice elements to be added first. As a Microsoft partner, AVST’s CX-E (CallXpress) platform enhances the richness of your Lync environment. With its direct IP integration to Lync, CX-E enables essential communication applications for your business, including: Enterprise-class Voicemail Intelligent call routing based on user presence, Personal Assistant to enable your mobile workforce, Unified Messaging that supports your confidentiality and compliance requirements, Advanced Speech-Enabled Automated Attendant, a full set of Interactive Voice Response (IVR) options and notification capabilities.
This information may not have you salivating yet, but if you’d like to check out some of AVST’s latest offerings, please click on the tab below and you will be given access to the latest Lync/AVST video.