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RingByName Offers Cloud Integration with Avaya Legacy PBX

RingByName Offers Cloud Integration with Avaya Legacy PBX

RingByName has a product that will fully integrate its cloud-based product with any SIP-enabled Avaya phone system.

The new product, called RingByName Bridge™ is a solution for businesses that want to preserve their on-premise AVAYA phone system, and which have a need to grow its phone users beyond its current capacity without costly hardware upgrades and additional licensing.

Whether it is an expansion of branch offices beyond the hardware limitations of a current system, expanded call center capacity and features, or enabling a remote workforce, RingByName Bridge™ allows you to add cloud features to your Avaya. Deployment is easy and fast.

“This is a game-changer for enterprises using legacy Avaya on-premise systems which need to add additional functionality or expansion into the cloud without costly upgrades to their PBX,” says Kooi Lim, RingByName’s CEO. “According to Gartner Research, the replacement market for legacy Avaya legacy systems is $15 billion. This product aims to extend the life of those systems and provide additional functionality for these systems.”

The RingByName Bridge™ technology integrates RingByName cloud PBX and any AVAYA phone system that has SIP capabilities to interconnect. It seamlessly integrates features like an extension to extension dialing, intersystem transfers, reporting, and analytics while improving users’ experience and lowering costs.


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