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BlackBerry & Mitel

  1. 1. Mitel UC Advanced Mobile for BlackBerryMitel Strategic Alliances
  2. 2. Mitel and BlackBerry Solutions Combine best of breed applications Mobile – Mitel IP business Offering BlackBerry Devices communications solutions Mobile – RIM wireless solutions Integration BlackBerry MVS 5 & BES Delivering converged fixed UCC Mitel UCA Mobile for BlackBerry voice and mobile Integration communications PBX Mitel Dynamic Extension Expanding UCC applications Integration to the mobile user Mitel and BlackBerry Applications slide 2
  3. 3. Mitel UC Advanced Mobile for BlackBerryUnified Communications to Your Mobile Access key UC information remotely from your BlackBerry smartphone – Configure and control Dynamic Status – View corporate contact details and presence information – Click to call corporate contacts – View call history – Access corporate visual voicemails slide 3
  4. 4. Mitel UC Advanced Mobile for BlackBerryLeveraging BlackBerry Location Based Services Unifies UC components into a single, easy-to-manage interface – IM preferences – Presence preferences – Call routing based on Dynamic Extension group membership Update your status – Automatically based on location via BlackBerry application – GPS and Bluetooth proximity – Automatically based on MS Outlook calendar – Via the mobile portal slide 4
  5. 5. Mitel UC Advanced Dynamic Status – Communications That Move with You In the In a Office Meeting Travelling User wants to be highly User wants to manage User has sporadicavailable and allow colleagues interruptions availability and wants to beand customers to reach them reachable Callers will ring my desk Callers don’t ring my Callers will ring my phone and mobile mobile. Only contacts that softphone, mobile, have been identified as and hotel important may reach meIMs will reach me IMs will reach me. IMs will reach me. An auto-reply will inform An auto-reply will inform users that my replies may users that I am travelling be brief My rich presence and Show my colleagues Show my colleagues availability information is that I am in a meeting that I am travelling and visible my advisory indicating I am in NYC slide 5
  6. 6. Mitel UC AdvancedVisual Voice Mail Integration with Mitel NuPoint Unified Messaging™ (UM) View voice mail details (type, caller, time, duration, presence info) View the presence and calendar information of the person who left the voice mail Click to call, instant message, email, conference Play back voice mail Send voice mail View faxes slide 6
  7. 7. Mitel UC AdvancedThe Value Improved workday efficiency Widen your communication choices Stay connected, wherever you are Reduced costs across the board Mobility made easy Rapid customer responsiveness slide 7
  8. 8. Resources Available Access BlackBerry and Mitel Websites – www.mitel.com/ucamobile/blackberry – BlackBerry App World Overviews Requirement Guides – Mitel Mobility for BlackBerry – BlackBerry MVS 5 General MVS 5 Brochure Requirement – BlackBerry MVS 5 Brochure – Mitel Mobility for BlackBerry – BlackBerry MVS 5 MVS 5 Integration Demonstration Video Mitel / RIM Joint Press Release Customer Case Studies slide 8
  9. 9. Thank you The information conveyed in this presentation, including oral comments and written materials, is confidential and proprietary to Mitel® and is intended solely for Mitel employees and members of Mitel’s reseller channel. If you are not a Mitel employee or a Mitel authorizedPARTNER, you are not the intended recipient of this information and are not invited to the conference, and cannot participate in or listen to and/or view the presentation. Please delete or return any related material. Mitel will enforce its rights to protect its confidential and proprietary information, and failure to comply with the foregoing may result in legal action against you or your company.

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