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Facts about Ozeki Phone System XE

This slideshow introduces you the most important facts you should know about Ozeki Phone System XE Windows-based VoIP PBX. From this, you will get to know its requirements, how it works and benefits of it. More info: http://www.ozekiphone.com
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on 22 October 2013

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The world's best on-site PBX for Windows
An on-site telephone system
Fits into a Windows Office environment
Provides outstanding performance
Offers high quality
What you get
by purchasing Ozeki Phone System XE
SIP 2.0 VoIP PBX
SMS Gateway
A call recording system
Application Telephony Gateway
Makes you possible to build applications that communicate with people using phone calls and mobile devices
Enables you to send and receive mobile text messages
Benefits
of Ozeki Phone System XE
You can achieve more efficient communication
It provides better collaboration thanks to real time information
More efficient software system communication with your customers and employees
Take advantage of your data stored in your databases and services offered by your IT systems
Ability to add automated notifications can help your workflows
Requirements for Ozeki Phone System XE
Software requirements
Hardware requirements
Can be installed on any standard PC with Windows Vista or later (8, 7, Vista, 20XX)
Uses Microsoft. NET Framework 4.0 +
Offers a web-based user interface, so it can be configured locally through web browser
You can use Firefox, Chrome, Safari or IE9 or later
Runs any PC that operates Windows
We recommend you to use:
CPU: Intel, 64bit, Quad core
RAM 2 Gb (or more)
HDD: 300 Mb free disk space
Network: IP (for TCP and UDP traffic)
Supported Phones and clients by Ozeki Phone System XE
You can attach various devices to make calls:
Standard desktop phones
VoIP (Grandstream, Linksys, Cisco, etc..)
Analog phones using ATAs
Mobile phones through wifi (iPhone, Android, Windows Phone smartphones)
PCs with Softphones (Windows or Linux)
Or just simply use a Web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, IE, Opera)
Connection to the public telephone network
You can use:
Existing phone line that can be attached to analog telephone gateways
Analog phone lines (1 phone call per line)
ISDN lines (BRI for 2 simultaneous calls, PRI for 30 simultaneous calls)
VoIP provider connections (unlimited phone calls)
PSTN devices (analog, ISDN, etc. , PSTN gateways, simultaneous call capacity varies)
Webphone server (to serve website visitors, unlimited simultaneous calls)
Tip: It is a good idea to set up a Click-to-call button on your website and enable your customers to talk to you free of charge through a webphone offered by Ozeki Phone System XE
Application Programming Interfaces
When Ozeki Phone System XE is connected to the telephone network and your office phones are also attached to it, you are ready to set up automated telephone services
For this, Ozeki Phone System XE provides 4 accent APIs and an easy-to-use XML description language
HTTP API
Javascript API
Database API
OzML
.NET API
.NET API
HTTP API
Javascript API
Database API
Good choice for C#-, VisualBasic- and .NET developers, it offers easy-to-use methods to make it easy to build any client application that interacts with calls or manages operation of the PBX
Useful for web developers who would like to service calls from a web-descriptive language such as PHP, ASP.Net, Python, Ruby or Perl
Also useful to create browser-based real time communication solutions
Application Programming Interfaces
Can be used by any developer or system integrator to set up automated calling or incoming call handling solutions
Tip: Software developers will find example code on our website to speed up development. Example code for common applications such as automated dialers, appointment reminder services and interactive voice response systems are provided.
Supported Databases
Ozeki Phone System XE can be configured to store data such as call records, PBX events or PBX configuration in your database
Useful for web-developers who would like to service calls from a web-browser. It is also useful to create browser-based real time communication solutions, such as voice calls, video calls or chat conversations
A database can also be used as a gateway between a business application and a Phone System
Microsoft SQL server
Microsoft SQL Express
Microsoft Access
Oracle
PostgreSQL
Sybase (SQL Anywhere)
DB2
Informix
Amazon Simple DB
Filemaker / Filemaker Pro
FoxPro
Common Solutions
Operator efficiency improvement in call centers and offices
Workflow improvement with automated calls
Data collection using SMS
Data collection using phone calls (DTMF, call recording)
Notification systems (SMS, text to speech calls)
Marketing campaigns
Intelligent IVRs
Ozeki Phone System XE
An outstanding PBX
Can forward recordings as e-mail attachments
Upload recording to FTP or HTTP servers
Summary
It can add great value to your everyday operations
Can be integrated into the IT system of your company in a very easy way
Thanks for your attention!
Download NOW!
www.ozekiphone.com
Allows you to make and receive video and phone calls even through your website
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