Nimans ‘Expresses’ Strong Interest in New Panasonic Additions

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Nimans has welcomed the expansion of Panasonic’s NCP family of unified communication platforms – following the launch of two new additions which are aimed at the small office market.

The Express Business Editions series comprises the KX-NCP500X and the KX-NCP500V which according to Nimans represent a major step forward for resellers operating at the smaller end of the market.

The NCP500X is a digital solution designed for 4-12 users which is expandable for digital and IP telephones. The NCP500V is a VoIP solution equipped for 8 IP users in standard format. Both come complete with Communication Assistant Basic Express software providing an easy starting point for unified comms applications.

Julie Greaves, Panasonic Business Manager at Nimans and Rocom, says the new technology can be easily upgraded to the fully featured original NCP500 via a software application key – providing maximum investment potential. Workshops take place for resellers on February 9th at Nimans’ Manchester headquarters and a day later in Northampton. They will also be able to discover more about the third-party Proteus call management solutions which work with Panasonic systems.

“The Express Business Editions series provides a range of compelling features for smaller companies such as integral voicemail, a full range of wired and wireless telephone devices as well as a PC application to make using the phone both easy and fast. In addition this new technology integrates with other applications making it a very flexible and powerful addition to our Panasonic range as it is aimed at a popular area of the market – putting unified comms into the hands of even more businesses. The wide choice of telephone devices along with support for analogues devices including fax machines helps resellers meet the individual requirements of their customers like never before.”