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.
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.
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.
Let’s face it, our mobile phones goes where we go. We use it to find our way, we use it to pay bills, we use it to keep in touch with loved ones, we use it as a flashlight and a camera. It acts as our alarm clock and there are apps to help us sleep. Most of us even bring it with us to the bathroom. Why should our workday be any different?