May 2018 Newsletter

CISCO

More Cisco IP Phones are Now Interoperable with Epygi IP PBXs

Epygi is excited to announce about its continual and successful collaboration with Cisco. The latest Cisco's IP Phones will be a great addition to Epygi's supported handsets' list and would make a great phone option to pair with the Epygi solution.

Epygi continuously strives to provide its customers with more flexibility and efficiently address the communication and collaboration needs of a modern workforce. It makes sure that their customers’ choice of IP Phones perfectly interoperates with its QX IP PBXs.

By combining Cisco's user-friendly, full-featured IP phones with Epygi's secure and easy-to-use range of IP PBXs, Epygi plans to cater to a broader market segment as well as to offer a more customizable VoIP solutions that will better provide for a company's specific needs.

Some of the latest models of Cisco IP phones; the Cisco CP-6851, Cisco CP-7861 and Cisco CP-8851 have been successfully tested to be interoperable with Epygi QX IP PBXs. They are easily configured and have been tested for the full set of Epygi QX telephony features. The auto-provisioning would also be available in the near future.

Send an email to sales@epygi.com for more information.

 

Epygi Has Successfully Re-Certified with the Latest Free Version of SugarCRM

SugarCRM


Epygi Technologies is excited to announce that it's feature-rich QX IP PBXs have been successfully integrated with the latest free SugarCRM Community Edition v6.5.26.

It is an open-source CRM tool, with a user-friendly interface and it has been deployed by more than 2 million users, who rely on SugarCRM to build and maintain good customer relationship.

SugarCRM is a web-based application, which allows QX IP PBX users to make inbound and outbound calls from the SugarCRM using their extensions on the PBX. This functionality is based on the Third-Party Call Control feature of the PBX. When the user selects a contact from the SugarCRM database to make a call, the contact's phone number without any modification is being sent to the PBX. The PBX checks that phone number against the “Destination Number Patterns” of the Call Routing records and makes the call via the matching record.

For more information about the SugarCRM re-certification, click here.

Save Time and Money with Epygi's Auto Dialer Feature

Auto Dialer


Auto Dialer is a very useful feature that dials telephone numbers automatically. Some businesses need to contact customers on a daily basis and they usually end up hiring additional staff for handling the day-to-day calling procedures. Whether it is to confirm an appointment or to notify a client that their product is ready, a call must be made. The Epygi Auto Dialer feature gives Epygi IP PBX users the ability to automate this daily process by placing outbound calls to their clients with the option of playing audio messages and the audio menu upon answering the call.

Many businesses, such as doctor offices, pharmacies and telemarketing firms are looking for ways to get more out of their staff during limited business hours. The Epygi Auto Dialer allows the staff members to focus on daily tasks during business hours, and after hours the Auto Dialer can place calls to clients in preparation for the next business day. School management can also benefit from this feature as they can automate outbound calls to their staff or parents.

If you are interested and would like to find out more, please send an email to sales@epygi.com for more information.


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