Even in the world of professional football, there is a need for scalable and seamless communications across an entire organization. On June 2, 2011, Mitel, a leading provider of unified communications and collaboration software solutions (UCC) announced that the NFL’s Chicago Bears had selected Mitel’s Freedom architecture to address such a need.
With multiple offices and staff members either travelling or working remotely, the Bears saw a need to have unified communications between these parts of their organization. The flexibility of the Freedom architecture works with the infrastructure the Bears currently have in place, so there is no need for a turnover in their technological framework. All members of the organization can stay in contact no matter where they are, a singular business continuity strategy is established, and the platform can be scaled to the needs of the Bears. By using the Mitel solution, the Bears also will be able to bring all voice applications into their planned VMware datacenter.
The Mitel solution is made up of 4 distinct parts:
Stephen Beamish, Mitel’s vice-president of corporate marketing and strategic alliances, sums it up best: “By deploying our solution, (the Chicago Bears) have been able to leverage their existing infrastructure and extend the in-office experience anywhere to connect the entire organization. It also allows (the Bears) to grow as the business needs evolve.”
If your company is looking to accomplish something similar to what the Bears have done, the Mitel product is worth investigating.
Choosing the perfect phone system for your business is no small task …. Depending on the size of your company, the industry in which you work, and the specific needs your phone system will be required to meet, any number of solutions could get the job done. more
Reducing expenses is one of the main reasons that businesses switch from traditional office phone systems to VoIP technology. But many people rush this decision and end up spending more than they need to. The costs of implementing a new VoIP system can increase quickly, especially if you don’t strategically plan for it ahead of time. more
Q: When I call a customer, they see my VoIP phone number in their caller I.D....
Q: I'm a small business owner, and I need low-cost internet telephon...
5 Standard Features every business phone should have
This article provides a detailed checklist of business phone system features for...