NICE Helps Customers Reduce Costs with Enhanced Virtualization and SIP-Based Capabilities
NICE Systems announced significant new capabilities, which are available in its new NICE Perform release, that is part of NICE SmartCenter.
NICE Perform 3.2 includes Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based recording and enhanced virtualization capabilities that help customers deal with current economic challenges by reducing the total cost of ownership while bolstering system performance, enabling them to remain fully compliant with internal and external regulations through reliable, cost-effective call recording, quality management, including the newly introduced Quality Optimization solution and interaction analytics on a mass scale, when needed.
NICE now offers a robust solution with full support for recording in SIP-based environments, which integrates with leading session border controllers (SBC) vendors. Companies standardizing on SIP across the organization can achieve cost-savings by eliminating redundant network infrastructure and reducing resources through data center consolidation, enabling organizations to reduce call recording costs while increasing call capacity. With the introduction of the enhanced support for server virtualization, NICE helps organizations consolidate and reduce their operational IT and other data center related costs such as; floor space, hardware and maintenance related costs, and overhead and consolidate the number of servers in use.
“Today’s changing economic landscape requires businesses to adopt robust solutions that can help them to reduce their costs, while ensuring they are maximizing the performance of their investments,” said Udi Ziv, chief product officer at NICE. “This expansion of NICE’s offering for contact centers and enterprises, addresses these issues head on. Organizations that capitalize on these new enhancements will be better equipped to affect cost reduction across their organization and improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness of their business, while complying with regulations.”
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