Mitel Collaboration helps organizations gain a competitive edge by putting powerful and intuitive tools – such as audio conferencing, instant messaging, and desktop sharing – directly in the hands of the workforce. Without IT supervision or assistance, users enjoy the freedom to schedule, participate in, and record their conferences and collaboration sessions. And by offering support for multiple devices, Mitel Collaboration gives end users the freedom to choose how best to participate – by phone, desktop PC, smartphone, or tablet.
Mitel conferencing & collaboration in one word: ease
Supporting both PCs and Macs, Mitel’s intuitive collaboration tools were designed to be used without the need for training, manuals, or support from IT. Mitel Communicator delivers the solution’s built-in collaboration capabilities to PC users by adding a single button in their application. Just one touch turns a voice call into a full collaboration experience on the shared desktop.
Tight integration with popular business applications such as Microsoft Outlook gives users an equally seamless experience. Pressing the “Conference” button in the Outlook ribbon automatically creates dial-in and collaboration information for the session. Internal and external participants can join in easily, with no bridge numbers to keep track of, and no complicated software downloads. With Mitel Mobility, users with calendar appointments on Apple iOS and Google Android devices are able to establish voice and collaboration sessions at the touch of a button.
Mitel conferencing & collaboration in three words: at will collaboration
Mitel supports better outcomes by enabling team members to work together at will, without help from IT, and on the devices of their choice – whether PCs, Macs, or Apple iOS devices. By taking the hassle out of getting everyone on the same page, Mitel makes way for more meaningful collaboration and a richer exchange of ideas.
Mitel conferencing & collaboration in four words: less demand on IT
Deploying the solution is as simple as connecting the Mitel Collaboration Service Appliance to the VoIP network. The system handles the rest, making collaboration capabilities available to users in minutes. Without extra assistance, or even manuals, users can set up and participate in their collaboration sessions, freeing IT pros to focus on more strategic projects.