Akkadian Labs’ popular Cisco solution has thousands of licenses deployed and initially found favor in the Cisco Collaboration and Unified Communications community for its server-less platform, reliability and simple user interface. After Cisco’s Attendant Console end-of-life announcement, companies investing in Cisco Collaboration needed an easy-to-deploy, easy-to-use solution for their receptionists and office managers to route calls.
“Leaders of Unified Communications adoption choose our software because we make it easy to manage and deploy; we put free downloads right on our site,” said Tom Bamert, Akkadian Labs Chief Technology Officer.
“As we continued to build out the console’s functionality, we’ve focused on maintaining usability for the busy operator. Our latest version’s brand new interface reflects this focus on user experience," said Bamert.
Besides a new user interface, akkadian Console Operator version 4.0 now officially supports Cisco Unified Communications Manager 11.0. In addition, it is offered with an optional management server, offers HLOG support, improved call handling and other feature enhancements.
“Our dedication to bringing simplicity to Cisco Collaboration and Unified Communications management while maintaining usability motivated our latest design and development innovations,” said Eric Nelson, Akkadian Labs President and Chief Operating Officer. “With the addition of a server-based console, we’ve taken into account companies’ varied business functions and needs. The new user interface reflects our commitment to customer satisfaction and technology adoption,” said Nelson.
About Akkadian Labs
Located in New York City, Akkadian Labs focuses exclusively on creating innovative collaboration software that maximizes business results by improving the way people communicate and work together.
Amy Thacker, Akkadian Labs, http://www.akkadianlabs.com, +1 (646) 564-4141, [email protected]
SOURCE Akkadian Labs