LotusCom C5 IP Centrex is a turn-key solution for providing hosted PBX service for business customers.
• Full managed telephony service for business customers
• Managed soft-client and device portfolio
• Centralized system and device management
• Web-based customer self service
• Maximizes infrastructure by delivering convergence of voice and data
• Standard based and scalable
• Carrier-grade reliability and availability
• Suitable for fixed-line carriers and large distributed enterprises
Deliver converged services
Save the costs arising from multiple and redundant infrastructure and watch your profits rise. LotusCom C5 IP Centrex enables you to capture local and long distance call minutes, voice mail, and internet access. By offering converged voice and data services, you squeeze out service providers who offer only one or the other.
Deliver hosted IP Centrex services
Offer a new service: hosted PBX services. You can sell the extensive suite of PBX services as a bundle or you can customize the packages to meet a specific business needs. Either way, a new service means a new source of revenue for you.
Saves you OPEX and CAPEX
Do away with the maintenance costs associated with separate voice and data networks and the expenses associated with equipment peering. At the same time, by leveraging your existing infrastructure with standard based, grow-as-you-go LotusCom C5 equipment, you maximize profit and minimize OPEX and CAPEX.
Simplifies system management
Integrated system management puts you in control and saves you OPEX. Plus, it’s all centralized and remote. Manage the entire system from the comfort of an office.
Satisfies your business customers
Offer your business customers a single, unified numbering plan and watch them smile. A single numbering plan simplifies integration of remote locations, helps ensure continuity of service when moving, and saves them time.
Then, point out the rich suite of features. In addition to classic routing features, LotusCom C5 IP Centrex offers conferencing, IVR Assistant and Voice Mail for each company. Direct Dial-in (DDI) enables a user to dial directly from a public network to any PBX internal subscriber.
Finally, remind them that their services are delivered by one provider. Businesses prefer having services delivered by a single provider because that focuses communication on a single address at a single phone number. Plus, managed, hosted PBX services means a reduction of maintenance costs enhanced by user-friendly customer self-service.