As an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) leader with 120 years of expertise, NEC has leveraged its adaptive solutions to enable individuals and enterprises across a wide spectrum of industries to achieve more flexible, secure and responsive work environments.
As an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) leader for 120 years, NEC enables new approaches to how Communications and IT services are delivered and managed through its field-tested expertise.
Combining innovative capability with a rich Communications and IT portfolio, NEC has provided individuals and enterprises with solutions that cover and enable the full spectrum of business processes for new and improved ways of conducting business.
NEC's UNIVERGE ST500 Smartphone Client brings greater dexterity and heightened control to call management by making an
Android™ or Apple® smartphone an employee's point of contact.
Able to transition between company network and Wi-Fi as needed, the UNIVERGE ST500 promotes workforce confidence that important calls
won't be missed when out of the office or away from an assigned workstation. With UNIVERGE ST500, telephone and video conference calls
can be easily made and received through an Android or Apple smartphone of choice and without it being overtly obvious that a call is
being handled offsite.
UNIVERGE ST500 offers:
One number and voicemail for uncomplicated connectivity and accessibility.
Worker caller ID over cellphone number to ensure constant and recognizable identification.
Simultaneous ringing of desk and smartphone client for maximum coverage.
Improved collaboration with smartphone video conferencing.
Greater transparency with one call history.
Android and Apple compatibility.
UNIVERGE ST500 can positively impact productivity and improve coordination especial of those employees whose job requires them to
frequently be on the move by ensuring that they can be readily reachable, such as:
A Cost Saver
Being able to transition between company network and Wi-Fi as needed also means a cellular network can be bypassed when in the office and
Wi-Fi can be used when working from home, in a remote office or from a mobile hotspot, avoiding the usage of phone minutes or potential