Latest Posts - 26 Apr 2018
We’re delighted to announce that the Incom-CNS Group has been shortlisted as finalists in the view more >
NEC's communication servers and appliances bring together business applications and converged voice, video and data communications to provide easy-to-use but rich functionality to employees. Proven call processing software that provides your organisation with a unified communications engine, enabling you to implement advanced communications strategies.
The NEC SV8100 is a unique communication solution for up to 500 users. Its expandability means it can work at any level, from a technically superb phone system, to a truly advanced unified communications platform.
Business performance is improved significantly by making an entire workforce more reachable, wherever they are based. SV8100 unifies your communications, providing your employees with a solution that lets them handle all their business communications on the device of their choice: their laptop, mobile phone, office phone or home phone - using wired, wireless or broadband connections. In short, it makes Unified Communication a reality.
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Fact: Legacy systems are costing you money, and these costs are only going to increase the longer it takes to switch over to more modern, unified and flexible communication systems.
Even when older systems still work, on-site PBX (private branch exchanges) are increasingly at risk from failing. Sourcing spare parts and engineers capable of fixing them will get more difficult, and expensive. Not investing now will cost more in the future.
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"We were impressed with how Incom looked to help us save money, improve our flexibility to manage seasonal demands and increase our efficiencies. "
"The staff at Incom have all been professional and supportive during the transition and made the switchover as seamless as possible from a user perspective."