Esna is on a mission to make it easy for people to communicate and collaborate. And it looks like the message is getting out.
At Esna, we believe that every worker should boast the ability to communicate and collaborate with speed, precision and ease. To help our customers better do so, we joined forces with one of the industry’s biggest providers of unified business communications and networking services, Avaya, to help enhance our leading cloud-enabled communication and collaboration solutions. Our flagship collaboration application, Esna iLink Pro 9.1 with Officelinx, as well as Esna iLink have both been granted Avaya compliancy, meaning existing users of Esna’s products and solutions can now work using more Avaya IP solutions.
iLink Pro 9.1 with Officelinx is now compliance-tested by Avaya for compatibility with Avaya Agile Communication Environment 6.2 FP 2, Avaya Aura Communication Manager 6.3/Avaya Communication Server 1000 7.6 and Avaya Aura Messaging 6.2. Meanwhile, Esna iLink 9.1 is now compliance-tested by Avaya for compatibility with Avaya Scopia Desktop 8.3.
“Esna continues to innovate and extend its solutions to deliver capabilities that help people get more work done through better communication and collaboration,” commented our very own VP of marketing, Lee Ho in a statement. He added that Esna is a brand committed to delivering Avaya-compliant solutions that allow business customers to get even more value from their Avaya infrastructure.
With Esna’s Officelinx unified communications (UC) platform, users can integrate Avaya voice and mobile networks to cloud-based solutions via a Web-based framework. Additionally, native integration of Avaya UC solutions with cloud-based applications, such as Google Apps, is available with Officelinx Cloudlink Edition.
At Esna, we take pride in being able to empower customers with the ability to communicate and collaborate anytime, anywhere. And our solutions don’t just stop at our now Avaya-compliant solutions, either. iLink for Cisco extends your browser capabilities; iLink for WebEx allows you to schedule and start meetings without leaving the app you’re working in, and iLink for Jive is your one-stop hub for real-time communications and collaboration.
If you’re unsure of which Esna collaboration product may be right for you, click here to chat with a consultant who can walk you through your options.
For some, the concept of unified communications (UC) seems too good to be true. To have all of your communication channels seamlessly embedded and readily available feels like a near impossibility. But in an age when technology has turned the world upside down, it has also transformed business processes. Especially for those more-traditional folks—like those who agree with sentiments expressed in a recent No Jitter article “The UC Pipe Dream”— this hopeful idea of seamless communications merely represents an unlikely paradigm.
A lot of claims are made in the article by author David Michels, who has 20 years of telecom experience, from the unlikely death of email no matter the prevailing rise of social media, to the ongoing hiccups from issues of control and compliance, to his slant on the future of Google+ now being “more uncertain” than ever. Let’s take a moment to distinguish fact from fiction by looking at some recent numbers.
Despite the fact that up to 80 percent of businesses use collaboration tools for enhancing business processes, some have missed the boat. Listen up: If you’ve been waiting for the right time to join the enterprise collaboration movement, now would be it.
Perhaps this will finally grab your attention: The enterprise collaboration market is expected to reach $70 billion by 2019, according to a new report from MarketsandMarkets. Furthermore, the report shows that telephony solutions account for the highest market share in the collaboration market, which is expected to remain steadfast through at least 2019. Needless to say, a lot of growth has happened in a very short time—and will continue throughout the years to come.