These IP Deskphones feature an intuitive interface that helps users to be proficient and confident in performing common telephone tasks such as setting up a conference call or completing a transfer. With enhanced high-fidelity audio, conversations are much easier to hear, which can speed business transactions while reducing employee fatigue and stress.
The 9600 Series IP Deskphones provide exceptional audio performance and are green. The newest additions to the portfolio take the portfolio to new levels of power efficiency including PoE Class One models that includes integrated gigabit and a color screen. All the new models consume even less power when not being used.
With over 300,000 systems installed worldwide, IP Office is the leader in unified communications and real-time collaboration for small and midsize businesses.
IP Office allows for a more flexible workforce, is simple and cost-effectively scalable, and is ready for whatever the future holds.
Being able to communicate anytime, on any device is critical today, and IP Office delivers what matters most: responsiveness, accessibility, productivity—by taking collaboration to a whole new level. It’s all about uniting your collective strengths and delivering your collaborative best.
IP Office cost-effectively grows with your business as it grows. From basic telephony and sophisticated video conferencing, to a wealth of mobility and call center applications. From 5 users to 2,000. From a single site to 32 networked locations. Pair IP Office with our own networking, security and video conferencing products and proven approach to system reliability. Wherever you take your business, IP Office will go there with you.
With a total cost of ownership that’s virtually impossible to beat, Avaya is a feature-rich investment, supported by relentless innovation. An investment you can build on; easily add software to enhance and expand capabilities as you need them. Best of all, it’s an investment that’s proven to deliver exceptional returns.
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