It's time for SMEs to break with tradition
Unified communications (UC) specialist Ferrari electronic presents its efforts to revolutionize corporate communications in SMEs with the first legally watertight, tamper-proof alternative to emails.3 Mar. 2020 Trendspots Editorial Office
These days, it's difficult to find anyone who believes analog working practices alone will meet the needs of the future. Indeed, if companies wish to stay competitive, it is vital they digitalize their business processes. And that's great in theory, but the sad reality is that many companies simply do not have the same opportunities to explore digitalization as major corporations. That's why Ferrari electronic is demonstrating how SMEs can still make the most of unified communications (UC) solutions, the new B2B trade fair with a digital focus. Stealing the limelight at the company’s stand is OfficeMaster Suite 7DX – a brand-new major release hailed as the first legally watertight and tamper-proof alternative to emails.
The UC specialist has launched OfficeMaster Suite 7DX in a bold attempt to set a new benchmark for professional corporate communications. This major release centers around the Next Generation Document Exchange (NGDX) server, which is designed to ensure PDF- and ZUGFeRD-compatible documents can be sent in IP environments in a legally sound way. Based on cutting-edge ITU standards, NGDX is backward compatible with established fax protocols. In other words, Ferrari electronic has already paved the way for electronic invoicing (e-billing) - soon expected to become a statutory requirement. Other key features include hybrid document encryption, solution monitoring and voicemail support for Microsoft Exchange 2019. According to the manufacturer, once a telephone connection has been set up, OfficeMaster Suite 7DX is up and running immediately - no additional user program is needed. What's more, it is said to integrate seamlessly into both simple ICT setups and complex scenarios involving multiple SIP trunks and all kinds of groupware systems. Ferrari electronic promises the solution can also be linked up to mobile end devices.
Ferrari electronic AG (14513 Teltow, Germany)
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