AVST's Flexible CX-E Takes Unified Communication to Next Level

By CIOReview | Wednesday, March 9, 2016

ORLANDO, FL: Enterprise communications such as desktop presentation, video, web and audio conference, instant chat and voice messaging, and data sharing require integration in real-time to greatly benefit the emergency-oriented communications. Applied Voice & Speech Technologies (AVST) has responded at the right time at Enterprise Connect 2016 on its flagship solution CX-E—to take Unified Communications (UC) to next level—to be delivered from the cloud.

The offer tossed by AVST transforms the business prospective of the enterprises that seek for adaptive, cloud-based UC apps. Built on more than 30 years of expertise, CX-E delivers best-of-breed UC applications to bring all of the features, resiliency, and interoperability through the subscription-based cloud model. The solution has flexible licensing and delivering option, which enables customers to consume and deploy CX-E in the form factor of their own choice including on-premise, hybrid, and cloud.

CX-E enters the scene during the development of cloud technologies and growth predictions for UC cloud service through its enhanced flexible deployment. According to the Gartner, the cloud UC end-user spending was 28 percent in 2015. With the increase in end-user acceptance of cloud-based acquisition and the support from suppliers and providers who involve in marketing, sales, and product development efforts into their cloud service offerings will result in increased Cloud UC end-user spending of up to 41 percent in 2020.

"We're bringing the freedom of choice to our customers to consume and deploy AVST's world-class UC technology in the form factor of their choice including premise, hybrid or cloud—and have the flexibility to change their mind in the future," says Hardy Myers, President & CEO, AVST.

Along with major features, the new flexible subscription-based cloud models also offers secure UC mobile client for iPhone and Android, automated attendant, notification, call center, speech-enabled personal assistant, communications-enabled business process solutions including IVR, and Unified and Voice Messaging