A Year After Collaborating, Netfortris and GENBAND Come - Up with Smart Office 3.1
ORLANDO, FL: In a recent development, Netfortris, a provider of Cloud based security solutions has joined forces with Unified Communications (UC) specialists GENBAND; unveiling new clients for Netfortris’ UC solution.
The new clients are an update to the original smart office services that GENBAND started providing Netfortris a year earlier. The Netfortris UC solutions, powered by GENBAND’s Smart Office 3.1 UC Clients, deliver a low cost UI that can be deployed from user’s own network or through GENBAND’s in-house cloud, Nuvia.
Based on Omni technology, the Smart Office 3.1 delivers a fascinating UC client experience across all the devices without any manual interventions in the form of client updates. It leverages Web Real Time Communications (WebRTC) and container technology to deliver voice, video, IM, presence and collaboration capabilities to the devices. It enriches customer experience with a more consistent, and effective solution that is always up to date.
"Our customers love the anywhere access of our unified communications solution so much that many have access from multiple devices," says Tom Swayze, CTO, NetFortris. "Typically this has required different client experiences and regular software updates to keep up with changing services and devices."
Key features of the 3.1 version includes, reduced cost and complexity of UC client deployments, personal smart office collaboration room, powerful moderator controllers with better collaboration experience.
"We're pleased to help NetFortris provide their customers with the most compelling experience in cloud-based unified communications available today," says Carl Baptiste, Senior VP of Unified Communications Solutions, GENBAND. "By leveraging our enhanced Smart Office solution, NetFortris customers gain access to the most modern UC clients in the industry. Delivered via our cloud-based infrastructure, these tools are available, without any costly and time-consuming investment in new hardware."