September 08, 2015
Numonix Receives 2015 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award for Skype for Business Recording Solution
By Dominick Sorrentino, Web Editor
One of the best ways industry analysts can continue to nurture innovation in the business communications space is to recognize the companies that are hard at work creating the tools enterprises big and small need to function.
For decades, TMC (News - Alert) has done just this by hosting its annual ITEXPO, which explores the next frontier of communications, and also by offering a series of awards for solutions and technology companies that go above and beyond. Among these awards is the Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award, and this year, Numonix took the honor home with its RECITE Skype (News - Alert) for Business (Lync) Recording Solution.
“Congratulations to Numonix for being honored with a 2015 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “Numonix’s RECITE Skype for Business Recording Solution is truly an innovative product and is amongst the best communications solutions brought to market in the past twelve months. I look forward to continued excellence from Numonix in 2015 and beyond.”
RECITE is a secure solution capable of recording and storing all and any Skype for Business (Lync) interactions. As the new enterprise-grade unified communications solution continues its rise to prominence, solutions such as RECITE—which can serve as an invaluable record-keeping tool and ensure compliance as needed—will undoubtedly follow suit.
“We are pleased to win a 2015 Communications Solutions Product of the Year award for our RECITE Skype for Business recording solution,” said Michael Levy (News - Alert), president and joint CEO of Numonix. “RECITE is one of the only interaction recording solutions available for Skype for Business and also integrates with virtually any other UC or PBX (News - Alert) platform.”
With RECITE, authorized users can access stored recordings within the Skype for Business (Lync)client, which is protected through the setup of permission-based user profiles. These interactions—voice, video, collaboration, etc.—be viewed and played back as needed within this client.
With each passing day, business communications seem to be getting more complex simply by virtue of the sheer number capabilities offered by modern UC platforms such as Skype for Business. But from the user end, the idea is to keep the interface as simple as possible without eliminating any of the functionality that an employee may desire.
RECITE achieves this by simplifying the recording process for users of Skype for Business (Lync) and other compatible UC platforms, hence its newest recognition from TMC.