October 11, 2012
Webinar - Webinar Explores Enterprise Functionality for the SMB in snom 710
By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor
Like the largest enterprise, the small business relies on next-generation communications to connect with customers, partners and colleagues. As technology continues to evolve, so do the solutions available to streamline communications and minimize the cost of staying connected.
snom is right at the forefront in communications innovation. The company recently hosted a webinar to announce the launch of its snom ONE mini IP PBX (News - Alert) and snom 710 business phone, delivering enterprise class features and functionality for the small business.
Now, even the small business can appear as professional as the multinational giant in the industry, with access to next-generation technologies that support the latest in advanced communication.
The snom 710 rounds out the state-of-the-art, full-featured IP desktop phones offered by the IP phone provider. The 710 joins the snom 720 and snom 760 as the perfect solution to meet the small or large scale deployments of today’s businesses.
With a utilitarian design and offering support for four SIP identities, the snom 710 was created for high usability, high performance and affordability. Telephony features designed to meet the needs of today’s business in real-time supports the next-generation workforce that needs information at their fingertips.
The small business with big business communications needs can find the match in the snom 710, with features that accommodate the busy office:
- Wideband HD audio
- Hands-free operation
- Power over Ethernet (PoE)
- Four-line backlit B/W display
- 4 SIP identities
- 4 context-sensitive function keys
- 5 freely programmable function keys, complete with LEDs
“Having come out with the 710, this rounds out our entire 700 series, where we go from the 710 with basic core functionality...to something more with the snom 760, with a full color screen and multiple buttons,” said Tommy Lee (News - Alert), snom’s director of Partner Alliance. “Either way, you get a sweet point to meet the different needs of your particular customer.”
To hear more about this, check out the recorded version of this webinar via this registration page.
Edited by Braden Becker