ShoreTel to demonstrate Unified Communications and Mobility offerings at the UK’s No. 1 IT infrastructure event
London, UK: 26 October 2012 – ShoreTel® (NASDAQ; SHOR), the leading provider of brilliantly simple unified communications platforms, including business phone systems, applications and mobile UC solutions, today announced it will showcase its unified communications and mobility solutions at, IP EXPO, stand D19, Earls Court 2 on 17 and 18 October 2012.
ShoreTel’s purpose-built distributed voice architecture forms the heart of its unified communications premise-based platform, allowing for its rich feature set and highly reliable distributed voice services. In addition, ShoreTel has integrated instant messaging (IM), audio conferencing and Web conferencing into its core architecture to bring the power of collaboration to enterprise communication.
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is another trend that will play a significant role at this year’s IP EXPO, alongside Cloud and Network Security and Big Data. ShoreTel Mobility, the company’s answer to BYOD, is compatible with a wide range of mobile phones and integrates seamlessly with existing enterprise communication and applications infrastructure, making it easy for enterprises to support flexible work practices.
“With geographically dispersed teams, work-related travel becoming a regular part of many employees’ lives and a rising demand for flexible work environments, organisations need a strong set of business communication tools at their disposal,” commented Adrian Hipkiss, vice president and managing director EMEA at ShoreTel. “ShoreTel’s wide range of enterprise communication solutions, whether it’s UC with integrated collaboration tools or enterprise mobility, enable organisations to streamline their communications needs. We are looking forward to exhibiting our latest offerings to customers at this year’s IP EXPO event.”
ShoreTel is sponsoring IP EXPO’s “Comms. Mobility. Devices” Theatre and Andy Powell, ShoreTel EMEA solutions evangelist, and Clinton Fitch, ShoreTel practice manager of advanced applications, will host seminars.
POWELL WILL HOST “SIMPLY COLLABORATE” DEMONSTRATING HOW SHORETEL AND ITS CUSTOMERS USE COMMUNICATION WITH COLLABORATIVE CAPABILITIES TO BUILD BETTER BUSINESSES. FITCH’S SEMINAR, “CHANGING THE WAY BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS IMPROVE CUSTOMER SERVICE,” WILL DISCUSS KEY AREAS THAT EVERY BUSINESS NEEDS TO CONSIDER WHEN EXAMINING ITS COMMUNICATION STRATEGY.