Unite PBX v1.0 Beta software based PBX and Call Center for Skype launched

Updated: January 07, 2011

(PressZoom) - Unite PBX caters to business communication needs of every modern enterprise. Unite PBX is an easy and virtuous replacement of traditional hardware-based PBX systems. Unite PBX is designed for performance and value that combines best-in-class modern PBX features to facilitate a seamless and collaborative business communication environment for the enterprises. Unite PBX is designed to be flexible, scalable, feature rich, easily manageable and to be a live part of every enterprise.

Unite PBX is the best choice for every enterprise which wants to implement VoIP-based communication solution. It is created on top of Skype which is industry leader in VoIP with more than 440 million users world over. Skype allows users to make free voice calls over the Internet, while calls to landlines and mobile phones can be made at a nominal fees with attractive packages. SkypeIn allows Skype users to receive calls on their computers dialed by regular phone subscribers to a local Skype phone number which are available in around 18 major countries. Similarly, SkypeOut can be used to make calls to PSTN subscribers. Unite PBX users can be anywhere in the world and enjoy the benefit of Skype’s location independence to make and receive calls through PBX.

Unite PBX can be setup and configured within minutes of installation and can start taking calls immediately through Skype. Unite PBX comes with basic features such as Auto Answering, Caller ID, Caller ID with Name, Call Forwarding, Call Waiting, Voicemail, Call Conferencing, Personalized Greetings and advanced features like: Call Personalization, Call Transfer, Company Directory, Call Recording, Call Logging, Enhanced Voicemail with notifications, Extra Virtual Numbers, Toll Free Numbers, etc.,

In addition to making it easier for callers to reach a company's workforce, Unite PBX enhances calling for employees. Outbound calls by employees using Skype/ personal cell phones show the caller's own Skype id/phone number via caller ID. Cell phone callers can also benefit by using the Unite PBX functions such as call-transfer, hold and many more features like these.

Unite Call Center version 1.0 Beta is an upgraded version of Unite PBX for Enterprise Inbound or Outbound Call Center needs. Unite Call Center comes with all the major features which an enterprise call center needs such as: Automated Attendant, Company Directory, Customizable Voice Prompts, Call Recording, Call Logging, Automatic Call Distribution, Ring Group Agents, Skill-based Call Routing, Call Queuing, Call Transfer between Agents, Enhanced Voicemail with notifications, Call Personalization, Call Back functionality, Toll Free Numbers, Shared Outbound dialing etc.,

Currently, both the versions are available in public beta for user review and feedback. The trial version of the application can be downloaded from http://www.unitepbx.com/downloads.aspx. The reviews and feedback can be submitted online on the website http://www.unitepbx.com or through email to support@unitepbx.com.

Evaluate Unite PBX to see how it can “Simplify Business Communication” for your enterprise.

For further details about the products visit: unitepbx.com

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