Though our name is changing, our mission and solutions remain the same.
Frisco, TX (PRWEB) January 12, 2015
Today ObjectTel, a company specializing in unified communication solutions that bridge the radio-telephony technology gap, announced it has changed its name to iNEMSOFT. Concurrent with the name change, the company has introduced a new logo, product names and website to support its growing business.
“Though our name is changing, our mission and solutions remain the same,” said Allen Nemer, president and CEO. “We are still focused on helping companies integrate and manage previously incompatible communication devices over a single, high-availability network so they can connect, collaborate and respond more quickly than ever before.”
iNEMSOFT will retain its previous ClassOne® brand for the software-based solutions it sells to businesses and public sector organizations worldwide, but has simplified several product names:
- ClassOne iCAS Radio Servers (previously known as Interoperability and Collaboration Application Servers) link two-way radios with an enterprise telephony network.
- ClassOne IP Radio Gateways transform two-way radio base stations into telephone extensions.
- ClassOne Consoles make it possible to dispatch, command and control radio-based field operations from anywhere in a telephony network.
- ClassOne Endpoint Manager centrally configures and controls IP endpoints across even the most complex global network.
iNEMSOFT is a long-standing Avaya Technology Partner and member of the Avaya DevConnect program. iNEMSOFT was also named the Avaya 2013 Technology Partner of the Year.
iNEMSOFT specializes in mission-critical, software-based solutions used to integrate and manage all types of endpoints, including previously incompatible two-way radios and telephones. Our highly available solutions scale to support even the largest global deployments – backed by a team of expert designers, engineers and project managers for optimal service and support. For more information, visit http://www.inemsoft.com.
Key words: dispatch, endpoint management, IP telephony, two-way radios, radio servers, radio gateways, radio consoles, SIP, unified communication