Panasonic has announced the launch of UC Pro, a brand-new unified communication system, which works with the renowned KX-NS series to offer a complete communications solution.
UC Pro is compatible with multiple-devices including smart phone, tablet, PC and Mac. It can be easily integrated into existing infrastructures and features a capacity of more than 2500 extensions, voice and video call, instant messaging text and audio chat. Schedules and presence can also be managed, while the system integrates with Microsoft Outlook and most other CRM systems.
Aimed at the medium-to-large-sized business market, the system promises time-saving and remote-worker friendly functionality, as well as cost saving and a reduced Total Cost of Ownership.
Panasonic Marketing Manager for Communication Solutions, Carlos Osuna, explains, “We know that for businesses today time is becoming increasingly scarce, while the need to stay productive on the move is rising steadily. That’s why we’ve designed UC Pro - to work seamlessly with the KX-NS series, offering a complete communications solution - bringing effortless, instant mobile connectivity to workers around the world.”
“It’s our most versatile, user-friendly system yet. With multi-device compatibility, easy-to-use functionality and complete on-the-go capability, it keeps the business world at workers’ fingertips, wherever they happen to be.”
UC Pro was officially introduced at Panasonic’s distributor meeting on Thursday 17 September in Lisbon and will be launched on Thursday 1 October across Europe. UC Pro will feature heavily in the company’s European Roadshow, taking place between October and December this year.
For more information on Panasonic Communications Solutions, please visit: business.panasonic.co.uk/communication-solutions
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