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Mitel Audio and Web ConferencingMitel Audio and Web Conferencing (AWC; formerly Inter-Tel Audio and Web Conferencing) is a simple, cost-effective and scalable audio and web conferencing solution. AWC supports up to 200 audio and web conferencing ports and is the perfect solution for connecting people together quickly and simply, regardless of their location.
AWC combines the benefits of a feature-rich audio conferencing solution with easy-to-use, intuitive web conferencing facilities enabling users to enhance a conference call or meeting through the use of shared documents, presentations, chat and video. Unlike with many hosted conferencing offerings, AWC has no limitations to the number of conferencing hosts, no special event connection costs and no expensive add-ons. The benefits of choosing AWC over traditional outsourced conferencing services include improved control and management, ease of use and it is virtually free to run and maintain, accelerating payback in a matter of months.
AWC provides a great return on investment (ROI) for businesses of all sizes with a typical payback in a matter of months. Typically hosted conferencing service providers charge either high contract fees or, for “pay as you use” customers, per user minute charges for both audio and web conferencing on top of the regular connectivity charges. AWC has no per user minute costs for web conferencing and you don’t pay for internal users that are accessing the audio conferencing bridge. External participants pay standard call charges to dial into the audio conferencing bridge or AWC can be configured to dial out to the external participants. This is especially useful for international callers as AWC can be configured to call over the IP telephony network using least cost routing.
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Mitel Applications Suite with AWC
AWC is available as part of Mitel Applications Suite (MAS) which lets small- and medium-sized businesses take advantage of multiple advanced unified communications applications, all on a single server, with a single web-based management interface.