Unison Launches Business Technology Advancement Program for New York-based Businesses

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Ten organizations to receive free telephony, email and instant messaging systems to boost worker productivity and slash costs.

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Until recently, only large enterprises could afford unified communications. Now, with Unison, small and medium businesses can also deploy a unified system for e-mail, telephony, voicemail and more, at the same time as lowering their IT and telephony costs

Unison Technologies, a leader in unified communications software for business, today announced the launch of its Unison Business Technology Advancement Program for New York metropolitan area organizations. Unison is offering a free unified telephony, email and instant messaging system to small and medium businesses and organizations in the New York area.

The 'unified communications' system includes all server and desktop software, a server (or hosting service) plus a desktop telephone for each user. The program will save recipients many thousands of dollars in hardware, software, maintenance and deployment costs while cutting telephone bills by around 60 percent.

"Until recently, only large enterprises could afford unified communications. Now, with Unison, small and medium businesses can also deploy a unified system for e-mail, telephony, voicemail and more, at the same time as lowering their IT and telephony costs," said Rurik Bradbury, Chief Marketing Officer, Unison.

"The Unison Business Technology Advancement Program takes this one step further, with deployment and maintenance at no charge. Companies within the program will significantly improve the way staff communicate, as well as reduce their operating costs."

The ten enterprises awarded the Advancement Program will receive:

  •     Unison Server™ unified communications server software
  •     Unison Desktop™ software for each computer
  •     Server and networking hardware for onsite use or hosted server                    
  •     A desktop phone for each user in the company
  •     Unison support services including deployment, maintenance and software upgrades

The deadline for applications is May 22nd, 2009 at 10pm EST. Applications for the program are invited through Unison's website at http://ubtap.unison.com. Any New York based business or organization sized between ten and fifty employees can apply to join the program.

About Unison:
Unison unified communications is the world's first free enterprise software, supported by sponsors and free of charge. Unison brings all communication into a single platform, combining telephony, e-mail, instant messaging and collaboration in a single Linux server and single Windows or Linux desktop client, Unison allows companies to work more quickly and intelligently.

Unison Server is the world's first truly unified communications server software. It includes fully-integrated email, instant message and presence, an IP-PBX, calendar server and LDAP directory with contacts. Unison Desktop is a native desktop client that runs on either Windows or Linux and replaces legacy clients such as Microsoft Outlook® or Lotus Notes®. For more information on Unison's unified communications offerings, go to http://www.unison.com.

About Unison Technologies:
Unison Technologies is the developer of Unison™, the world's first fully-unified communications system. A privately held company, Unison Technologies is headquartered in New York, with additional offices in Boston and St Petersburg, Russia. More information is available at http://www.unison.com .

Media contacts:

Gemma Craven
PR Consultant
T: +1 212-616-6005
M: +1 917-576-6316
gcraven (at) unison (dot) com

Liton Ali
Director of Communications
T: + 1 212 931 9933 ext : 33
M: +44 7782 273544
pr (at) unison (dot) com

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