Accelerate your B2B growth with FMC
Key drivers changing the market
MS Teams is creating a new market opportunity
Technology enablers are pushing mobile-first way of working
Hybrid working has changes requirements of compliance and privacy
Work from anywhere
Expectancy from workforce to work from anywhere with a seamless experience
What do the experts say?
FMC has become a crucial component to enterprise communication post-pandemic with the rise of remote and disparate workforces.
Benefits of FMC for Service Providers
Early adoption is critical to maximize the value addition
Meet existing and future RFP demand by expanding your core proposition
Quick enablement through self-service without complicated airtime packages
FMC for MvNOs
With FMC, MvNOs can expand their Total Addressable Market by providing subscriber increase and uplift APRU by to 50%. It will broaden the existing proposition and can help increase partner driven sales.
True mobility – natively mobile
The market is evolving rapidly towards mobile-enabled businesses and users, and implementing this can be costly and time-intensive.
Make peoples workdays truly mobile with a communication system that is integrated natively into the mobile phone. Provide mobility, without forgoing quality or functionality. Dstny’s FMC proposition allows Service Providers to deploy high-quality mobile communication with a fast time to market, capturing growth opportunities today & tomorrow.
What is FMC?
Fixed Mobile Convergence
Without FMC, a user would have a work landline number and a second mobile number so they can be reached when they are away from the office. If someone tries to reach them, then they would probably phone the office number first then need to call separately on a mobile number, and others in the office would have no idea if they were on a mobile call.
With FMC, a user has a single work number, that’s connected through business communications system to any desk phones and also a dedicated SIM in their mobile phone. When someone calls their work number or extension, the FMC service takes call to the SIM card in the phone and the user can make and receive calls just like a traditional phone on their desk, using their work extension or work phone number. With true line state and presence, colleagues can even see a user is free or on a call when using their FMC-connected mobile phone.
"I’m going out for lunch, but I’m taking the PBX with me"
With Fixed Mobile Convergence, workforces can be available in the office phone system, even when they are out and about.
Presence and line-state
Provide the right information about end-users availability
Regardless of if team members are using a mobile phone, a web phone, a Softphone or a desk phone, they will get the true line-state and presence of your colleagues. If they call a mobile number, but the recipient is busy talking on their landline number, the caller will hear that the person is busy in another call. And regardless of what device they use, they will know what presence the colleague is set to.
Effortless to activate and easy to use
Automated end-customer onboarding
Provide a simple customer journey for your end-users. Existing UCaaS APIs can be used to provide a joined-up journey for the customer admin and the end-user.
Seamless e-commerce journey
The customer journey will start on your website, with the ability to select the users, choose the appropriate plan for respective users, mobile contract sign, payment and order.
Sim delivery and activation
Once the eSIM is ready, the end-user goes through simple steps for activating and registrating their device in no-time.
UCaaS and PBX agnostics
The user extension on any UCaaS and PBX can be accessed using the standard registration method, which is available natively on mobile devices and provides end-users with all the standard telephony and PBX features.
Global Cloud Service
Our platform can achieve global scalability and international data segregation by utilizing either public or private cloud infrastructure, which allows for elasticity and adaptability to changing demands.
By initially integrating with an M(v)NO using a SIP trunk, our solution can be seamlessly integrated without the need for complex IMS integrations, which can significantly reduce time-to-market.