NEC Elite IPK
The Electra Elite® IPK II is a versatile manufactured discontinued communication platform, supporting both traditional voice and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) on a single processor. It offers the deployment of traditional circuit switched technology, VoIP, or any combination, all from one system. End users have the freedom to adopt VoIP when and where it’s needed, so today’s technology investment is protected tomorrow. The Electra Elite IPK II expands to supports larger and growing businesses. Just one IPK II platform meets numerous line sizes and protects the customer’s original investment. The Elite IPK II CPU is configured for 64 ports; but, growth up to 456 ports is simple with the addition of a single Port Key Upgrade (PKU) chip. The Elite IPK II delivers high-powered features to small businesses, growing businesses and medium sized businesses. Smaller companies get big company features with the Elite IPK II, and growing business simply grow their existing investment. Regardless of whether a business has 8 or 200 employees the IPK II consistently delivers a great system for the small and midsize business (SMB) marketplace.
PC Pro and Web Pro allow for online HTML-based programming access either onsite (PC Pro) or over the Internet (Web Pro). Using Web browser software and easy-to-follow wizards, programming time is reduced, error-free and simplified. The intuitive programming interface has a familiar Windows® look allowing users to quickly learn how to administer their site.
By building features into the system, cost-effective, scalable and seamless integration is achieved.
InMail – A digitally linked in-switch voice mail system that resides in the system’s CPU. The 4-port InMail system provides sophisticated features including Return Call with Caller ID and Answering Machine Emulation for call screening and conversation recording. The IPK II also supports larger port capacity voice mail systems and unified messaging requirements with field proven flash disk application processor solutions.
InACD (Automatic Call Distribution) – Permits even distribution of calls among employees and provides initial and repetitive announcements that encourage callers to remain online. Preventing callers from hanging-up reduces lost calls and maximizes employee staffing. If they choose, callers also have the option to leave a message and receive a callback from an agent. A PC-based Supervisor With Reports feature can be used for agent scheduling, business analysis and improved scheduling efficiency.
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