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PRNewswire: eOn, Johnston Communications Partner to Offer Communications Server Systems

Aug 09, 2000, 21:11 (0 Talkback[s])


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"eOn Communications Corporation, the leading provider of Linux-based unified voice, Web and Internet communications servers, has announced an expanded partnership with Johnston Communications, Inc., the largest privately owned vendor of communications systems in the New York metropolitan area. Effective immediately, Johnston Communications will market, install and service eOn's eNterprise line of communications servers and software, including the eOn Web Center software suite."

"The eOn eNterprise is a private communications exchange (PCX) platform that enables businesses to consolidate and manage voice, e-mail and Web applications into a single robust server. Its Linux-based operating system provides the exceptional reliability, flexibility, scalability and interoperability required for the most demanding business applications, including electronic Customer Relationship Management (e-CRM). In addition to combining the best features of conventional, PC-based and IP-based communications systems, the eNterprise offers advanced tools to route, track and respond to messages in real time."

"Now we can offer our clients throughout the greater New York area the advantages of eOn's highly advanced eNterprise Communications System, a next generation communications server designed for growing organizations," said Phillip G. Johnston, president of Johnston Communications. "Whether the need is for rich functionality in an outstanding voice system or seamless integration of various means of customer contact, eOn's eNterprise servers and software provide winning solutions at an affordable price."

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