Esna Technologies (Esna), a leader in cloud-enabled communication and collaboration software, announced today that leading Midwest grocer,
Roundy's, working with their long-time system integration partner, NACR, selected Officelinx to deliver a voicemail platform that connects their existing
Esna Officelinx is a next generation, cloud-enabled voicemail and unified messaging solution. This SIP-based solution enables an enterprise to flatten, consolidate and simplify its messaging infrastructure.
Roundy's technology services leader,
• Retire and replace aging hardware with 100% software-based solution running on a virtual server (
• Integrate legacy telephony and email systems quickly and easily
• Replicate the Telephone User Interface (TUI) and configure the TUI system-wide, by organizational unit or individual user
• Migrate users all at once, or in phases, with minimal disruption
• Scale the messaging system as the user base grows
Deployed in 2013, the Esna Officelinx solution has delivered as promised. Says Roundy's DeMunck, "Our overall experience with Esna – from the robust technology to their exceptional service--has been outstanding. The Roundy's employees who are using unified messaging love it and the shift to the Officelinx voicemail solution has been transparent to the bulk of our staff."
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Esna is a global leader in cloud-enabled communication and collaboration solutions. Esna's solutions allow people to communicate anytime, anywhere by integrating real-time communications inside the cloud, SaaS and social applications they use daily, like email and CRM. For over 23 years Esna has pioneered innovative solutions that connect people, process and information and enable organizations to get more work done faster. For more information, visit http://www.esna.com.
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