Sennheiser to Exhibit Premium Unified Communications Wireless and DECT Headsets including the New Culture Plus and OfficeRunner® at ITEXPO January 26 to 28
Sennheiser, a leading provider of premium headsets and speakerphone solutions, announces it will conduct live demonstrations of its unified communications product line at ITEXPO, taking place from January 26 to 28 at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The Sennheiser booth, # 635 will include the newly-launched Culture Plus headset, a Skype for Business-certified, wired model designed to help companies facilitate a transition to a unified communications (UC) environment. It features a comfortable fit, eye-catching style and superior voice quality, creating an effective tool to help personnel migrate seamlessly to a sophisticated UC system.
The Sennheiser exhibit will also spotlight the OfficeRunner DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) headset, manufactured by Sennheiser and available exclusively through Headsets.com. The OfficeRunner® features Sennheiser’s ActiveGard noise cancellation in a binaural or monaural version, and allows users to travel as far as 400 feet from their workstations while still maintaining audio quality. Additional CC&O (contact center and office) models at the booth will include the D 10 series; the SD wireless, Century, Circle, Culture, MB and PRESENCE units; plus Sennheiser’s award-winning SP 10 and SP 20 mobile speakerphones for SMB.
All headsets in Sennheiser’s CC&O portfolio are certified for Skype for Business, along with many other leading global Unified Communications providers, boasting an extensive set of characteristics such as noise cancellation, superior voice intelligibility, long-wearing comfort and market-leading durability. These amenities differentiate Sennheiser‘s solutions, making them an appropriate addition to an advanced UC infrastructure. Use of premium audio products in a call center environment has been shown to increase producivity and end-customer satisfaction, since greater vocal intelligibity and clearer transmissions lead to shorter agent calls per customer, and alleviated agent duress. Such assets not only live up to the quality and premium performance associated with a high-end unified communications system, it also increases the ROI of that infrastructure.
“ITEXPO is an exciting opportunity for us to convene with decision-makers from across the telecommunications industry. It is an outstanding forum to demonstrate how integral high quality audio is to the effectiveness of a unified communcations deployment,“ said Bill Whearty, vice president, sales and marketing, CC&O, Americas, Sennheiser Electronic Corp. “In-person demonstrations are the best way to exemplify just how vital audio intelligibility can be in a contact center environment, especially when a business has invested in an advanced solution.”