Panasonic has launched its first software business communication system, the KX-NSV300, to provide businesses with next generation telephony functionality and flexibility without the need for an up-front hardware investment.
Perfect for organisations with 10-300 users, the KX-NSV300 delivers the best of virtual communications to your on-premise server, quickly, easily and cost-effectively. The KX-NSV300 is compatible with the complete range of Panasonic telephony, including wired IP phones and wireless terminals.
Simple implementation and management
Implementing the KX-NSV300 couldn’t be easier with a product activation key, annual licenses for users and remote maintenance. The service can be paid for on a per-user, per-year basis for easy budgeting or as a one-off payment.
KX-NSV300 can be managed remotely, enabling the engineer to access the system securely, from anywhere, anytime, for changes and updates.
With a multi-zone wireless system, staff can receive calls wherever they are on the premises – cutting customer waiting time. Calls can also easily be switched between desk phones and portable devices during conversations. Finally, DECT paging allows conversations to be shared among multiple participants.
Other benefits in the feature-packed system include:
Multi devices: Users want to be reachable from a single number, no matter where or how they’re communicating. With the KX-NSV300 software communication system, a single number can be assigned to any device, whether it’s a deskphone (SIP or proprietary), wireless or softphone (PC-based or mobile-based).
My Portal: By using the ‘My Portal’ web-based user interface, every user can operate their features and customise the unified messaging settings without having to know specific programming or feature codes.
Smart Desk: Mobile and remote workers have one number to reach them regardless of where they are working.
Integrated Unified Communications: The system also integrates with the Panasonic UC Pro unified communications solution for video communication, optional built-in call centre functionality and call monitoring. In addition, mobile softphone technology can combine audio and visual communications in a user’s mobile device via an app, allowing employees’ smartphones to be registered as company extensions.