Cisco Business
Edition 6000

The Cisco Business Edition 6000 is a purpose-built, all-in-one solutions ideal for companies ranging from 25 to 1000 employees. BE6000 is an affordable, easy-to-deploy and manage platform solution that will help your business growth.

Cisco Business
Edition 7000

With Cisco BE7000 Business Edition you can try a group of collaboration technologies with a subset of employees and then scale up quickly. Pay as you grow, rather than making a large initial outlay.

Cisco
Jabber

Jabber gives your teams the ability to be more productive and communicate with each other from anywhere, on any device. Teams will have access to instant messaging (IM), video, voice, voice messaging, desktop sharing, and conferencing.

Cisco Unified
Communication Manager

As the core of the Cisco Collaboration infrastructure, the Cisco Unified Communication Manager (CallManager) is not only in charge of delivering the right information to the right endpoint, but also provides services such as session management, voice, video, messaging, mobility, and web conferencing.

The term, “unified communications” means precisely what it says – the unification of all modes of communication happening in an office. Imagine a scenario where all the communication services in a company are managed by different service providers – the Internet, the phone hard-lines, the mobile communications, etc. – wouldn’t it become too cluttered to handle? Thinking about the kind of inefficiency it would create when it came to integrating all communications on a common platform, this clutter would become a nightmare. With Acordis’s Cisco Unified Communications platform, your business will be able to mobilize all its virtual resources with enhanced efficiency.

Cisco Unified Communications offers a single platform or channel to integrate the virtual communication and information exchange framework of a company, making it extremely convenient for the users. Applications like IP telephony, cloud computing, instant messaging, emails, and internet can be managed singlehandedly by Cisco Unified Communications. When every communications aspect has a single point of convergence, management automatically becomes easier. All the employees in a workspace are, by default, working on the same page. Managing security is also indirectly made easier when everything is running on the same framework. In the long run, integration of IT assets brings about optimization in process flow efficiencies.