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Published By: Aria Systems     Published Date: Apr 30, 2015
MGI Research has just awarded Aria Systems with its highest ranking among cloud billing companies, in the 2015 MGI 360 Ratings. According to the MGI 360 Rating, customers cite Aria’s exceptional capabilities in managing complex billing requirements across corporate hierarchies, geographies, currencies, and billing modalities. The rating also notes “Customer satisfaction is high, in part due to the flexibility of Aria's solution and the company's focus on customer success.”
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complex billing requirements, corporate hierarchies, customer satisfaction, customer sucsess, enterprise applications
    
Aria Systems
Published By: RingCentral     Published Date: May 22, 2014
A phone system that can integrate your desk phones, smartphones, and tablets is possible because of cloud technologies. And you are empowered to manage your entire company communications with a web browser and mobile app. RingCentral’s service frees businesses from outdated modalities of work and obsolete hardware—giving you voice, fax and text capabilities you can manage and access anywhere you go.
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ringcentral, phone system, business phone, mobile phone, business transition, phone provider, cloud based phone, changing attitudes, enterprise applications, data center
    
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Published By: Polycom     Published Date: Mar 13, 2015
We are now in a world of Unified Communications (UC) and your employees are using many devices and modalities to communicate. A phone is still needed, but its use as a “stand-alone” device is changing as end users now have a wider range of communications options afforded by UC including chat, video, and communications on a phone or mobile devices (BYOD). As IM becomes the new dial tone (“U there?”, “Is now a good time to talk”), when your users want to talk, they expect to be able to place their phone call from their UC client. For most companies today, that UC client is Microsoft® Lync®. While the user may want to place their phone call from Lync, they also want to be able to use a telephone dial pad to dial numbers, access features with convenient feature keys, and be able to choose between using a handset, headset, or speakerphone—and they want to use their phones in ways that are fully integrated with their Lync client.
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mobile, lync, unified communication, concept, brand, enterprise, voice, products, services, innovative technology, manufacture, functionality, enterprise applications
    
Polycom
Published By: Polycom     Published Date: Sep 15, 2015
We are now in a world of Unified Communications (UC). Your employees are using many devices and modalities to communicate. A phone is still needed, but its use as a “stand-alone” device is changing as end users now have a wider range of communications options afforded by UC including chat, video, and communications on phones or mobile devices (BYOD).
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collaboration, conferencing, lync, microsoft, phone, polycom, skype, video, voice, voice over ip, telecom
    
Polycom
Published By: BlackBerry     Published Date: Jul 22, 2010
Unified Communications (UC) integrates multiple communications modalities and adds presence features to allow workers to communicate and collaborate more effectively with co-workers, customers and suppliers. Learn about the cost, productivity and reachability issues associated with increased enterprise mobility and the benefits and future directions of Mobile UC.
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blackberry, mobility, smartphones, cell phones, mobile workforce, e-commerce, handset, fmc, telecom, touchpoint
    
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Published By: Safari Books Online     Published Date: Sep 23, 2009
Leaders in both training departments and business units are waking up to the fact that most employee learning is informal. In this report, we will address just the first challenge - sourcing learning content and, more specifically, informal learning content.
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safari books, learning and development, learning broker, modern l&d, modalities, learners' needs and preferences, digital content library, informal learning, safari books online, corporate learning
    
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