How Auto Client Provisioning is Affecting Mobile VoIP?

Mobile VoIP has indeed boosted mobility for enterprises looking to cut down their communication costs and enhance employee productivity. Mobile VoIP apps that are UC capable are now available in the market for enterprises to completely transform their business communications. Employees can now access features such as VoIP calling, texting, email, group chat, instant messaging, fax, file transfer, audio/video/web conferencing, etc., on the go from their mobile devices. As a result, mobile UC clients are resulting in better collaboration and employee productivity for enterprises at reduced costs. However, enterprises have been facing the challenge to manually configure each mobile VoIP app (client) with their business communication system. It is both time consuming and uneconomical.

To overcome this challenge, VoIP solution providers have come up with auto client provisioning software application which does the necessary configuration of apps/clients automatically. For enterprises, it is an important asset to go with and ensure all configuration updates are dynamically pushed to each and every mobile VoIP app used by their employees. It saves significant amount of time and money allowing enterprises to focus on their core business activities.

Once installed and activated, all mobile VoIP apps logs into the provisioning software and fetches the necessary configuration and version updates. It no longer requires to manually configure each endpoint instance. The entire functioning of the provisioning software can be monitored and managed from a centralized web user interface. User analytics reports can be generated easily to probe each endpoint instance. Furthermore, even if enterprises want to switch from one VoIP softswitch platform to another, they can do it so without worrying about the app configurations as the provisioning software can dynamically push any new configuration updates to mobile VoIP applications.

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