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Microsoft UC Voice Pilot Program

Posted by Mino on May 13, 2009

If you have heard allot about UC and you are interested to implement in your organization and you don’t have the knowhow and you don’t have the money to outsource someone to do this …then this is for you.

Microsoft is offering a full paid UC Pilot to have UC Solution  implemented in your organization running for 25 pilot users from your organization….all you have to do is ask you Microsoft Account Manager for a Voice Pilot and here is what you will get also for free

A Voice Pilot is defined as an OCS 2007 deployment with the following characteristics for at least 25 users:

  • User has been enabled for IM, Presence, and Enterprise Voice
  • User is relying on Office Communicator 2007 or Office Communicator Phone Edition for their daily business telephony needs – OCS is managing incoming and outgoing call routing
  • The OCS Voice Pilot implementation must be connected to the customer’s existing production PBX with the Pilot Users’ primary number managed by OCS
  • The OCS deployment has to be on Physical servers and not virtualized ones
  • Customer willing to become a public reference case in FY09 (i.e. press, analyst, or customers reference, case study, etc)
  • Complete a validation questionnaire provided by Microsoft

Besides the free implementation and the buisness presentation , you will also get for free the Voice Pilot kit box below  which includes the following gifts J

 Voice Pilot Kit

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