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Do you have employees with accessibility needs using Cisco Unified IP Phones?

kimcneil
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Cisco is pleased to be partnering with developer partner Tenacity to address the accessibility needs of your employees using Cisco Unified IP Phones. Tenacity is recognized as a world leader in the accessible VoIP telephony industry. The partnership with Tenacity will make two Tenacity products available through the Cisco Solutions Plus program: Tenacity accessaphone™ and ipTTY™.

Tenacity accessaphone is a Windows-based application that is an assistive technology for Cisco Unified IP Phones 6900, 7900, 8900, and 9900 series endpoints. accessaphone enables individuals with low vision or mobility impairments to have access and improved usability by providing:

  • Audible Caller ID with name and number
  • Audible confirm of new voice mail
  • Audible Call Log, Auto Answer
  • Announces Current Calls/Phone Status
  • Announces Who is on Hold
  • Dialing Shortcuts
  • Speed Dial, Redial, Dial From Call Log
  • High Contrast Display with accessible icons and Keyboard Control

Tenacity ipTTY is a Windows-based software application that enables with customer and internal TTY machines that provides the following key benefits:

  • No analog lines required
  • No text relay service required
  • Supports Hearing Carry Over (HCO) and Voice Carry Over (VCO)
  • Multi-lined Display
  • Saves Text Conversation, Recent Calls List, and “Canned” Initial Response

For more information, consult tenacity's own website at: http://www.accessaphone.com/ or contact your Cisco or authorized Cisco Channel Partner representative for further details.

Regards,

Kirk McNeill

Collaboration Solutions Marketing

Cisco Systems

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