Makati City, Philippines, May 20, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- Looking to gain a competitive stand on the growing enterprise instant messaging business, Neugent Technologies, Inc. has launched this Monday its custom-made and very powerful communication platform.
The Grapevine Enterprise Instant Messenger is a turn-key communications tool that lets you conduct simple text messaging, multiple file transfer, multimedia video conference, remote control, and PC-to-PC voice calls, to name a few. It’s packed with all the essential communications equipment to help your business efficiently manage information and processes in real-time, thereby encouraging rapid decision-making at all levels of the business. Another key benefit of Grapevine is that it can remarkably reduce your company’s travel and communication expenses.
What’s excellent about this application is that it has a huge capacity user control – a maximum of 20,000 users, running a Pentium III workstation, can simultaneously utilize Grapevine. Grapevine can be integrated with the company’s system or network. For instance, it can be integrated into a CRM system. Grapevine also offers the fastest and highly-secured connection.
Further, Grapevine offers plug-ins to assist every single entity in the company, from rank-and-file employees to managers. These plug-ins are basically office tools such as bulletin board, scheduler and project manager, to name a few. Grapevine also runs on a light server and employs a load balancing system to provide companies a faster, more predictable network performance.
Neugent is targeting enterprises that are willing to invest on their future for this application. Globally, the enterprise buying motivation is seen to move beyond the obvious reasons of security, which are in fact related to consumer-based IMs, to more meaningful issues, such as strategic use of an Enterprise Instant Messenger. This is what Neugent hopes to bring to the Philippines.
Meanwhile, the use of public IMs such as Yahoo and MSN in the corporate world is as widespread as the use of SMS or wireless instant messaging (IM) as the messaging service of choice. Convergence of the two technologies has begun already but its success has not yet been announced.
For more info, please visit http://grapevine.neugent.net