Provider of innovative unified communications solutions, Zultys recently released Mobile Communicator 2.0 for Android. Available now from the Google Play Store, Zultys Mobile Communicator 2.0 brings built-in SIP softphone functionality to Google's mobile platform, enabling businesses to reduce phone charges while increasing employee productivity.
Also available for the iPhone, iPad and BlackBerry devices, Mobile Communicator provides mobile workers with the same unified communication benefits of in-office workers, enabling access to their company's phone directory, while allowing them to view coworker availability and send secure chat messages.
"With today's growing mobile work force, having the ability to use your smartphone in the same way as your office desk phone gives employees the ability to be more efficient than ever before," said Steve Francis, Zultys Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, in a statement. "With Zultys Mobile version 2.0, the ability to save real dollars on mobile phone bills and the addition of new features makes this a reality. Zultys continues to deliver leading edge, productivity enhancing applications to businesses and organizations around the world."
Mobile Communicator 2.0 enables Android users to receive the same benefits of iOS and BlackBerry users, further benefiting businesses with a BYOD (bring your own device) policy in place. In order to offer optimal cost savings, the app only allows for voice calls over a Wi-Fi connection, as doing so over a smartphone's data connection would likely be more costly than a regular voice call in many situations.
This capability allows employees to effectively eliminate roaming and international charges.
Earlier in the month, Zultys partnered with Telecentris, creator of VoxOx and VoxOx In Business, to enable interoperability between Telecentris' SIP trunking solution and Zultys IP Phone Systems.
In August of last year, Zultys released Flex Communicator, enabling integration between third-party business applications and the Zultyx MX Unified Communications system.
Edited by Braden Becker