Aspire lets your organization benefit from the potential cost-saving advantages of IP even if you're not ready to migrate to 100% IP Telephony immediately. That's because Aspire gives you a choice: You can deploy traditional circuit-switched technology, VoIP or a combination, all from one system! You have the freedom to adopt VoIP when and where you need it. Learn more
Aspire's Voice over IP (VoIP) allows you to place voice calls over a data network. VoIP reduces long distance charges by using IP to connect multiple office locations
and telecommuters. Remote workers have access to main office features, such as voice mail, allowing offices to operate as a single unit.
UserPro allows your customer to configure and program their own telephone using a web browser at their desktop. Programming keys, speed dials and call forwarding are some of the features UserPro can set up. Each extension has their own UserPro password. administrator's password allows system-based programs such as time and DID name to be programmed.
Softphone for desktop or laptop PC. Works with USB handset or headset and provides full extension capability over IP. Aspire S delivers many of the high-powered features of the Aspire but in a package tailored for companies using 24 phones or less.
Networking to the Aspire using VoIP makes Asipre S a great system for the
small/ home/branch office. Aspire Systems support combinations of digital, analog, cordless, wireless and IP telephones up to a maximum of 512 extensions.
Aspire Mail, an optional in-switch voice mail, provides sophisticated features that save time and money. Return Call with Caller ID saves caller ID information for inside- and outside-originated calls. Answering Machine Emulation is helpful when you are waiting for an important call. It lets you listen while a caller is leaving a message for you. Message Center Keys allow two people sharing the same phone to have their own message waiting key. Each person can see if he/she has new messages. Conversation Record saves and records your conversation into your mailbox with the touch of a button. Park and Page allows a caller to page you before leaving a message. You can pick up the call from any station.
IntraMail optional plug-in card for Aspire S offers 4 or 8 ports of voice mail and auto attendant.
Conference Scheduler is used to set up a managed conference. Users receive an email with the number and password to dial into the conference. A web browser is
used to set up the conference.
Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) distributes calls evenly among member agents and provides initial and repetitive announcements that encourage callers to remain online. Callers can leave a message if they choose to receive a callback from an agent.
Optional PC-based Supervisor with Reports can be used for agent scheduling.
Wireless/Cordless phones keep employees connected while away from their desk. Aspire provides a variety of mobility solutions to connect your whole campus or just your office.
System Maintenance allows for online HTML-based programming access either onsite or over the Internet. Using browser software simplifies the process for changing names or speed dial settings.
Call Logging saves information about incoming and outgoing calls. Logged calls can be redialed or saved to speed-dial memory.
Aspire's Automatic Route Selection (ARS) system decides whether to place a call with a long distance carrier, over IP or, if allowed, a local trunk. You specify how you want your calls to be routed.
Secure Station Relocation reduces Maintenance costs by allowing users to move telephones without installer assistance.
E911 Compatibility identifies the origination of an E911 call so emergency services can reach the specific extension location quickly.
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