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The LIBERTY Communication Server is an Asterisk-based IPBX commercialised by the Belgian company Be IP.
The LIBERTY IPBX is an IP telephony PBX based on Open Source components, such as Asterisk and equipped with absolutely unique functionalities. The Be IP IPBX is provided as a finished product, backed up with powerful and easy-to-use setup software allowing a full control of the telephone exchange. The suggested solution combines the classic functionalities of traditional telephony switches with more modern features coming from the IP world. This solution is available in several versions corresponding to the size of the installation.
On the one hand, IP telephony will allow you to reduce significantly your communication and infrastructure costs. On the other hand, the Be IP IPBX is provided with no functionality boundaries and allows a complete in-house management.
Abundance of Functionalities
The offered system has a multitude of advanced features:
- Advanced Voicemail
- Interactive Voice Response
- Conference Rooms
- Virtual Fax Server
- Least Cost Routing
Intuitive and Complete Management
We can provide you with various software allowing to control any aspect of your system:
- Be IP Manager for administrators: to add new users or configure the different features in a few clicks
- Be IP Manager for users: to handle voicemail or the personal features
- Be IP Billing: to control your costs in real time
Integration to the Computer System
The possibilities are really numerous and left to your imagination:
- Integration to databases
- Integration to your CRM system software
- Running of complex scripts for which the result depends on the data entered by the caller
Reliability and Competences
Our systems are worked out with the greatest care and subject to the test beds of Open Source pioneers, who are well-known in the Voice over IP world. Those people also guarantee the success of your installations, from the smallest to the most important one.
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