Nov. 23, 2020 - Intercoms should be a part of any unified communications. With intercoms, you improve the reliability of communication with visitors at the door. Wildix offers a cloud solution and just that little bit extra.
You can connect 2N's intercoms to a wide range of PBXs. We have always involved ourselves with the more common types. But now we are focusing on companies with potential and unconventional solutions. Because we like those types!
Wildix has a great cloud PBX, but that’s not all. They have also introduced their own browser-based unified communication – Wildix Collaboration. This lets you make calls, chat, send text messages, hold video conferences and display the presence and geolocation of other users. So, what is the most amazing thing about the solution? This is definitely one of the best interfaces we have ever tested. You don’t even have to learn how to use it as it is ridiculously intuitive.
Integrate 2N intercoms into the Wildix system. But what sort of integration with intercoms would it be if you couldn’t open doors from the interface? Of course, you can do that too.
Where can intercoms with Wildix Collaboration place calls to?
- I want a photo from the intercom to be sent to me by e-mail if the intercom camera registers any movement.
- I want building security to be notified immediately if the door is not closed properly after being unlocked.
- I want to send out one-off PIN codes for building access in bulk.
- I would like the lights to switch on when I unlock the door.
What makes a cloud PBX better?
Security is guaranteed through an encrypted SIP-TLS connection. You avoid conventional problems with a SIP ALG on the router and bypassing the firewall. Configuration is just easier.