In workforce terms, mobility refers to employees having the ability to do their jobs and collaborate from anywhere, at any time using mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets.
However, just equipping your workforce with the appropriate physical hardware doesn’t solve your problem. Devices must be easy to use even as they connect to the network, all while providing the necessary security. Hybrid work environments, where employees are both remote and in-office, make system design and implementation even more complex.
Fortunately, the experts at Integrated IT can design and implement an enterprise-grade unified communications solution tailored to your specific needs. We specialize in creating solutions that eliminate the need for additional hardware, thanks to software-based technology.
Integrated IT can help you simplify your communications with the ability to call, meet, and message with a custom-designed deployment of the powerful RingCentral MVP platform.
This message video phone (MVP) technology is our recommended choice for unified communications as a service (UCaaS) solutions because it provides world-class voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) telephony, messaging, and video capabilities, as well as all the integrations teams need to stay productive.
Once the deployment is complete, you get a seamless solution that securely combines messaging, video conferencing, and phone calls into one unified platform.
Integrated IT also offers smaller-scale mobility solutions based on the ShoreTel and Mitel Mobility platforms. These options can help your team ensure they never miss a call even as you save costs on hardware. These mobile apps bring together all the call handling, conferencing and directory features of a desk phone into a mobile phone, so users can work from anywhere.
ShoreTel and Mitel-based solutions can be designed for cloud or on-premise implementations allowing your workforce to use the bring your own device (BYOD) model using mobility apps for iOS and Android. With these mobile apps, employees can use personal devices without utilizing personal telecommunications carrier minutes.
Calls are received and sent through the corporate user number, so employees never have to give our personal cell numbers. This process also allows employees to quickly access personal and corporate contacts on the same device and save on unnecessary carrier expenses.
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