Come and Join Us for A Nice Interactive Demo of Microsoft’s Productivity Platform


The Microsoft Experience Center (MEC)


MEC is not a demo but a true-to-life user experience designed to enhance understanding of available technologies. It encourages discussion around how these technologies help address business problems and it identifies the right solutions to help your company innovate and grow.

Why You Should Attend
At our MEC event, you’ll have the opportunity to “test-drive” the entire Microsoft Business Productivity Platform in a real-life environment. Most refreshingly of all, this hands-on session comes without any sales pressure, long demos, or redundant presentations.

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In A MEC Session!


6750 N Andrews Avenue

Suite 400

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Phone: 954.489.4800


August 29th, 2012


10:00am – 12:00pm


The MEC session is limited to 10 participants. Be sure to RSVP today to ensure your space.



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1400 Biscayne Blvd

Miami, FL 33132



How Does Microsoft’s UC Reduce Communications Costs?

telephoneIn a UC whitepaper from Microsoft, it was mentioned how replacing old PBX systems can significantly reduce telephony costs.

“In the past, there were essentially one or more PBX or Key systems per location, often accompanied by a set of related systems such as voice mail, interactive voice response (IVR), call centers, call accounting and administration consoles. Now with Unified Communications, consolidation of systems to a single or a few locations and systems is very practical, with support of other sites via secure Internet Protocol connections on the enterprise wide area network (WAN) or the Internet. This savings initiative is often very timely, since many PBX and voice mail systems installed in the late 1990’s are nearing the end of manufacturer’s support and decisions must be made in any case. Applying the consolidation model to those decisions will usually yield major savings. The approach is to establish or expand a central platform to which sites can be consolidated and then to progressively consolidate eligible sites to the central platform. Even if some specialized items, such as IVR Lync Mobile Photo collage 2or a complex call center are not ready for consolidation”

Even if a company is not in a position to replace their full PBX systems, Microsoft Lync Server integrates with existing PBX systems through Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) or qualified gateways, and integrates with qualified third-party SIP Trunking Service providers.

See if your IT infrastructure qualifies: