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Where are we heading?

We have moved from an economy based on information to one that is communications-centric. As a result, companies employ different devices that access different networks in order to employ different services and applications. It’s a confusing way to work, but one that people take for granted.

The preferred communications device is the mobile phone. Employees call each other on their mobiles even when they are in the same office building or campus – so companies are looking at ways of cutting the cost of internal communications.

One way to achieve this entails the use of mobiles that have Wi-Fi interfaces. These devices bypass the operator’s network – ie, they enable VoIP over the corporate intranet – but they need to be purchased along with an IP communications system. The business case is therefore problematic.

TeleWare has announced a new product that offers a solution. TeleWare has already provided the functionality associated with IP telephony to regular TDM phones, and the company’s ‘do-it-insoftware’ solution set now includes a further ground-breaking development.

Replicating the core functionality of a mobile network in software enables companies to create wireless office infrastructures. When a mobile employee walks into this environment, the phone becomes an extension of the PBX – TDM or IP.

Management Consultants News 2006 - Number 1

Welcome to the Number 1, 2006 Issue of Management Consultants News, featuring TeleWare


  • Where are we heading?
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  • Accenture makes strong start in new year
  • Capgemini closes in on £83m Swansea contract
  • Xansa recruits senior director from Atos Origin
  • SMEs score with Touchdown
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