Business Continuity Through the Current H1N1 State of Emergency

Updated: January 07, 2011

SUNNYVALE, CA--(Marketwire - November 9, 2009) - Zultys Inc., a leading manufacturer of secure and Enterprise class IP PBX phone equipment for the mid and Enterprise market, has announced that during the current H1N1 state of emergency, declared by the US Department of Health, businesses can count on their Zultys communication solutions for business continuity.

On Tuesday, November 3 legislation was introduced to the US Congress that would direct employers to pay for up to five days sick leave for workers being sent home if they have contracted the H1N1 virus. Zultys' customers can count on their MX250 and MX30 IP PBX for business continuity during this critical period. Zultys' Teleworker support is a standard feature that requires no special software -- in fact all an employee needs is either a computer or a telephone and they are as connected to your business from their home as they would be from their office -- safe and secure with no need for Virtual Private Network devices.

Making collaboration work for you with elegant simplicity -- just when and where you need it most. The Zultys difference.

About Zultys

Based on open standards, Zultys Inc., a Silicon Valley company founded in 2001, manufactures feature-rich VoIP Business Phone Systems that easily scale to thousands of users. Zultys makes your business needs our priority. Our solution supports Mac, Windows 32 or 64 Bit or Linux users and integrates features such as soft-phone, Find me-Follow me, Presence, Chat, Tele-worker support, Inbound Contact Center, IVR, ACD, Call Recording, Fax Origination/Termination, Cell Phone Twinning, VoIP PBX and much more. Zultys delivers on the promise of Unified Communication from open interfaces such as SIP to rich applications and networking. Not only is our solution cost effective, it also provides the highest energy efficiency with its compact single server all-in-one design. Zultys' distributed architecture also helps companies maintain high availability, while being simple to install, manage and scale. For more information, visit us at http://www.zultys.com.

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