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Matrix dgs&d presentation

  1. 1. Presentation on DGS&D Business
  2. 2. About DGS&D Business  Director General of Supply and Disposal : Central Purchase and Quality Assurance Organization of Government of India under Ministry of Commerce  Processes of Registration and Rate Contract  An Organization and its specific Products can be Registered to DGS&D after meeting stipulated Quality Standards (Three Year Cycle)  Rate Contract has been awarded to the Organizations for the Registered Products after online Tendering (One Year Cycle)
  3. 3. Why DGS&D Business?  Ready Platform: Product Approval and RC already made by Matrix  Less Marketing Efforts and Quick Results  Avoid Tendering Process: Win-win Situation  Government: Do not require to go through approval process  Easy and Faster Purchase Decisions by Departments  Partner: Supply EPABX on DGS&D rates and earn margins in addition to the other accessories requires to be complimented to EPABX  Enhance Customer Credentials  Enhance Profitability by Creating one More Business Vertical
  4. 4. Why DGS&D Business?  Offers ample Opportunities  Accelerated Growth  Can supply products other than PBX  An entry point to Key Government Accounts  Government is a Large Buyer – Frequent Orders  Less Competition : Sufficient Margins beside other Benefits
  5. 5. Potential of DGS&D Business  Total Yearly Estimated DGS&D PBX Business is 17 Crore  Estimated DG&D PBX Business up to 512 Ports – 7 Crore  Growth of India at the rate of 9% GDP  High Investment of Government in Infrastructure Projects  Telecom Equipment are inseparable part of any Infrastructure  Government is a large and frequent buyer – Can not Ignore
  6. 6. Challenges  Entry to Government Accounts  Persistence and Patience  Reaching to Right Person  Public Relations  Initial Time and Manpower Investment
  7. 7. Conquer the Challenges  Target Specific Government Accounts  Invest in Manpower to Visit them and Develop PR  Identify the Influencer or Decision Maker  Identify Contractors/Agents  Motivate them to Work for you - Easy Entry
  8. 8. DGS&D Business – Benefits in Association with Matrix  More Margins – Special Prices devised for DGS&D Business  Case Specific Technical Help from Business Manager  Marketing and Sales Support from Matrix Business Manager  Full Margins on Accessories  Full Share of Recurring Service Revenue  Full Share of Margins Supplied other than Matrix  Transparent Business Policies  Timely Payments – Margins and Credit Note
  9. 9. DGS&D Business – Benefits in Association with Matrix  Reliable and Feature Rich Products  Indigenous R&D : Can meet Customer Needs Faster  Owns Manufacturing : On Time Delivery and Better Quality Product  Made in India Advantage  Dedicated Multi-Channel Technical Support Centre  Joint Marketing and Promotion Efforts to Promote this Business  Ready Dedicated Marketing Collaterals and Presentation
  10. 10. Matrix ETERNITY The EPABX with Seamless Mobility and Universal Connectivity
  11. 11. DGS&D Requirements  Reliable and Superior Technological Product  Prompt and Efficient After Sales Service Support  User Friendly, Quick to Install and Easy to Program  Proficient Call Handling  Multi-party Conference  Dialing Restrictions  Directory Dialing  Maximum Up-time  VoIP/ISDN BRI-PRI Compatibility
  12. 12. Matrix PBX Platforms - ETERNITY DGS&D Configuration Platform 4/12 Expandable up to 24 with one Operator Console ETERNITY GE6S ETERNITY 8/16 Expandable up to 64 with one Operator Console ETERNITY GE6S GE6S 8/24 Expandable up to 96 with one Operator Console ETERNITY GE6S ETERNITY GE12S DGS&D Configuration Platform 4/48 Expandable up to 128 with one ETERNITY GE12S Operator Console DGS&D Configuration Platform 16/64 Expandable up to 256 with one ETERNITY ME ETERNITY ME Operator Console 24/128 Expandable up to 512 with one ETERNITY ME Operator Console
  13. 13. Key Aspects  Flexible and Scalable Converged Communication Platforms  Rich Features and Functions  Intuitive User Interface  Flexible Call Management  Easy Installation and Setup  Comprehensive Monitoring and Management Reports  Universal Connectivity  Mobility  All-In-One High Integration  A Perfect Blend of Innovation, Intelligence and Integration
  14. 14. Certifications TEC: Telecommunication Engineering Centre Conformité Européene FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMSSION Restriction of Hazardous Substance
  15. 15. ETERNITY - Universal Connectivity Analog Phones Mobile GSM/UMTS Extensions SIP Proxy (3G) CO ISDN - BRI Digital Key Phones PSTN T1/E1/PRI IP Extensions IP SIP Proxy Mobile SIP Client IP Phone Softphone WLAN Remote IP Extensions Router
  16. 16. ETERNITY: Built-in Interfaces ETERNITY ETERNITY ETERNITY System Resources Description GE6S GE12S ME Analog Input Port To Connect External Music Device 1 1 1 Analog Output Port To Connect Public Address System 1 1 1 To Connect Sensors or Panic Digital Input Port 1 1 1 Switch To Connect External Devices, Door Digital Output Port 1 1 1 Lock etc To Connect Computer or Printer for RS232C (COM) Port 2 2 2 SMDR Voice Module Auto-Attendant, Voice Help, Voice 16 16 16 Tones (16 Seconds Each) Configuration, PMS, SMDR, System Ethernet Port 1 1 1 Log Conference Number of Conference Participants 15 15 21
  17. 17. ETERNITY: Optional Interfaces System Resources Description SLT Ports To Connect to Single Line Analog Telephones DKP/DSS Ports To Connect to Proprietary Digital Key Phones or DSS Consoles TWT Ports To Connect to Two Wire Trunk Lines BRI Ports To Connect to ISDN BRI Network or ISDN Compatible Devices T1/E1/PRI Ports To Connect to T1/E1/PRI Network or Compatible Devices Mobile Ports(GSM/3G) To Connect to GSM/3G Network VoIP Channels To Make VoIP(SIP) Calls Using Internet or Intranet IP Clients To Register VoIP Phones, Soft phones and Mobile SIP Clients E&M Ports To Connect to E&M Network Voice Mail System Voice Mail System with Auto-Attendant and 512 Mail Boxes Magneto Ports To Connect to Magneto Phones
  18. 18. Key Differentiators
  19. 19. ISDN BRI and T1/E1 ISDN PRI  ISDN BRI Card – Offer Two Channels  Common Card for T1/E1 ISDN PRI  Maximum 32 BRI Ports per System  Maximum 8 PRI Ports per System Supports  Incoming Channel Bundling  DDI Numbers  Q-SIGNALING  Video Conferencing  Networking of PBXs  Closed User Group
  20. 20. ISDN BRI T1/E1 ISDN PRI ETERNITY GE6S/12S ETERNITY ME
  21. 21. IP-Extensions (VoIP) Connectivity  SIP Based VoIP Server Card  Supports Up to 16/32 SIP Trunks (Accounts)  Supports Peer-to-Peer Calls  Supports 999 entries in Peer-to-Peer Table  Supports Networking of PBXs (VoIP)  Supports Closed User Group  Multiple Gateway Support  Option of 16/32 Channel VoIP Card
  22. 22. VoIP Connectivity ETERNITY ME ETERNITY GE6S/12S
  23. 23. GSM/3G (Mobile) Connectivity  PBX with In-Skin GSM Card  Offers Direct Connectivity to GSM Network  Avoid External FCT Boxes  Single Antenna per 4 GSM SIMs  Faster Processing of GSM Calls  GSM Calls Routed through the Cheapest Service Provider  Not Covered under DGS&D RC
  24. 24. Multi-Port GSM/3G (Mobile) GSM8 ETERNITY ME GSM4 GSM4 ETERNITY GE6S/12S
  25. 25. Voice Mail System  In-Skin Card for Voice Mail  Handles 16 Calls Simultaneously  Configure as 8 or 16 Ports as per Requirement  512 Mail Boxes  Up to 72 Hours of Recording Time with default 4 GB Pen Drive  USB Flash Memory to Store Messages  Easy Transfer of Messages to Computer through FTP
  26. 26. Voice Mail System Card ETERNITY ME ETERNITY GE6S/12S
  27. 27. Software Features
  28. 28. ETERNITY Salient Features
  29. 29. Auto-Attendant/Direct Inward Dialing  Built-in Feature  Handle 5 Callers at a Time  Call Status Information  Supports Dial-by-Name  Various Message Options  User can Reach Desire Station by Dialing a Station Number
  30. 30. Auto-Attendant – An Illustration 1 Call to Joseph 2 PSTN Welcome Caller Welcome to Matrix Telecom ! Greetings Dial Extension Number 7-Dial by Name 3 0 8-Leave a Message 5-Listen Promotional Scheme 9-Go to Operator The Person you wish to talk is not # available. Please dial 1 Calling Activity: End 1 to retry Dialed Extension Number: 501 4 9 to go to operator Dial by Name: Joseph, Dial 567 ETERNITY IP-PBX 0 to go to initial node # to disconnect 8 Call Established 5 9 7 6 Joseph 501 Smith 502 Operator No Answer User Busy Sara 503
  31. 31. Background Music on DKP/SLT  Listen Music from the Music Player Connected to AIP of ETERNITY  Played on a Speaker Phone  Music Stops Automatically and Changes to Ring Tone on an Incoming Call  Available both on DKP and SLT  Make Workplace a Pleasant Experience
  32. 32. Call Duration Control  Calls can be Disconnected after a Pre-defined Time  Effective Sharing of Telephone Resources  Controls Time Spent on Phone  System gives Alert Tone before Disconnection
  33. 33. Caller Line Identification (CLI)  Supports CLI on Analog, Digital, GSM and VoIP Trunks  Supports DTMF and FSK Analog CLI  Displays CLI on Normal Analog, Digital and IP Phone  Time and Date Display on FSK CLI of Analog Phone  CLIR for Internal Calls
  34. 34. CLI based Routing  Route Incoming Call from a Specific Number or a Destination to a Pre-assigned Number  No Need of an Operator or Auto-Attendant Assistance to Route a Call  Calls will not be Matured, if not Answered  400 Numbers can be Programmed  Incoming Calls can be Routed on SLT, DKP, CO, GSM, VoIP and ISDN BRI-PRI
  35. 35. CLI based Routing – An Illustration If Called Number from System Check This MD’s Residence, Number in its CLI Route Call Directly to Table MD Call From a MD’s Residence
  36. 36. Multi-Site Connectivity  Networked PBXs work as a Single Entity  Connects More than one PBX Location through E&M, T1/E1 or VoIP Interfaces  To Call Between Locations Dial Just a Station Number  Station Number should be Unique  Operator and Auto-Attendant can be By-passed
  37. 37. Multi-Site Connectivity– An Illustration GSM T1/E1/PRI/VoIP ISDN PRI 3001 3100 2001 2100 PSTN  Call Users of the Exchange with Extension Number  Exchange can used System Resources of other , if Programmed
  38. 38. Conference Bridge  Maximum 21 Parties Conference is Possible with ETERNITY ME  Maximum 15 Parties Conference is Possible with ETERNITY GE12S/GE6S  Multiple Conferences are Possible  Supports Conference Dial-In
  39. 39. Multiple Multi-Party Conference Logistics & Transportation GSM /3G Reception 00 Local LAN Factory Workers Internet Sr. Manager-Production ETERNITY IP-PBX Field Sales Person PSTN (Mobile SIP Client) Sr. Manager-Sales Technical Support Team
  40. 40. Conference Dial-In  All the Parties are informed about Scheduled Conference Prior to the event  By dialing Conference Dial-In code, relevant Parties can join Conference with ease Logistics & Transportation GSM/3G/ 15/21 People can be included in single Dial- Reception in Conference Local LAN Factory Workers Internet Sr. Manager-Production ETERNITY IP-PBX Field Sales Person PSTN (Mobile SIP Client) Sr. Manager-Sales Technical Support Team
  41. 41. Department Group  Maximum 16 Department Groups  Each Department Group can have 16 Stations  Incoming Calls can be Routed to a Department Group  Any station in the Group can Answer the Call  Station Log-in and Log-out Facility  Log-in and Log-out Details can be Printed
  42. 42. Digital Input Port  Useful for Various Control Applications  External Devices Like Alarm Sensor, Smoke Sensor, Glass Breaking Detector can be Connected  Optional Interface Sensors
  43. 43. Digital Output Port  Useful for Various Control Applications  External Devices Like Door Lock, Relay can be Connected  Support DISA Operation  Built-in Interface Door Lock
  44. 44. Dual Ring  Attend your Desk Calls on your Mobile  Simultaneous Ringing on Internal Extension as well as on Mobile  Whichever Answers First, other Disconnects  Not Applicable when Call Routed through TWT and E&M  Boon to the Government Officers who Keeps on Traveling and yet can Attend their Desk Calls
  45. 45. D Magneto GSM CDMA TWT ISDN - BRI PSTN ISDN - PRI Internet VoIP E&M VSAT
  46. 46. External Call Forwarding  Calls to a Station can be Forwarded to Another Station or Destination  Forward Incoming Calls to External Destination  Forward Internal Calls to External Destination  CLI based External Call Forwarding is Possible  Simultaneous Ringing on Internal Station as well as Forwarded Destination is Possible
  47. 47. External Call Forwarding 99250 99250 Call is Forwarded on External Number 99250 99250 Network Extn: 225 User Dial 0265-2630555 Extn: 225
  48. 48. Flexible Numbering  Users can Select Numbers of their Choice  Options to Select One, Two, Three and Four Digits Number  Both on SLT and DKP 9 20 201 3001
  49. 49. Universal Routing with Least Cost  Comprehensive LCR  3 Types:  Time  Number  Service Provider to Service Provider  Combinations also Possible  Automatically selects the Cheapest Route to Call  Call Made Outside the Organization at Least Possible Cost
  50. 50. Live Call Screening  Work with Voice Mail System Card  Feature is available only on DKP  Station can Interrupt and Speak to Caller while Leaving a Message to the VMS  Forward calls to VMS and Attend, if Important
  51. 51. Logical Partitioning  Calls from VoIP to PSTN and Other Networks are Not Allowed  Calls from VoIP and other Trunk Ports Like TWT, DS1, BRI, E&M and GSM can be Restricted
  52. 52. Logical Partitioning– An Illustration Magneto GSM CDMA TWT ISDN - BRI PSTN ISDN - PRI Internet VoIP E&M VSAT
  53. 53. Call Detail Records  Call Details can be downloaded to a Computer  Buffer Supports up to 12,000  For Outgoing Calls – 6,000  For Incoming Calls – 5,000  For Internal Calls – 1,000  Support Various Filters for Call Analysis
  54. 54. Video Conferencing ISDN BRI/PRI TE BRI/PRI NT  ISDN BRI Ports used for Video Conferencing
  55. 55. Voice Mail System
  56. 56. Voice Mail System - Overview  Avail in the form of an Expansion Card  16 Port Voice Mail Card  Up to 512 Mailboxes  254 Message or 999 minutes per Mailbox  USB Flash Drive as a Storage Media  Storage capacity of 72 Hours with 4 GB USB Flash  Can be expanded up to 576 Hours with 32 GB USB Flash  Ethernet Port for Programming
  57. 57. VMS - Benefits  In-skin Expansion Card - No Moving Parts  No need of Extra Space for the System – Effective Utilization of Real Estate  Easy Message Delivery and Retrieval  Easy to Install and Use  Easy Configuration Programming through Web-based GUI  Greet your Callers with same Warmth  Personalized Greetings for Each Mailbox User  Attend your all calls effectively 24x7  Productivity Booster and Convenience Enhancing Features
  58. 58. VMS Benefits – To Govt. Department  Reduce burden of Operator  Reduced Human Error  Answer Caller Immediately – Saving on time of Caller  Assist Multiple Calls Simultaneously and Effectively  No Dropped Calls – Better Service to Public  Round the Clock Assistance to Public  Productivity and Convenience Enhancing Features - Such as Voice Mail to Email, Broadcast Message, Redirect Message, Listening Message from anywhere will increase efficiency of the enterprise by leaps and bounds.
  59. 59. VMS Benefits – To Caller  Uniform Treatment for Each time call is made  No call queues - Saving on Time  Access to Information at any time  No need to redial – Leave a Message and ensure the communication at the very first call  No need to remember Extension Number - Dial by Name
  60. 60. VMS Benefits –Mailbox Owner  Reach to Mailbox from anywhere  Reach to Customers/Callers anytime  Personalized Greetings  Keep your focused without missing important calls – Live Call Screening  Multiple Mailboxes on Single Extension  Message Wait Indication  Message Receipt Notification
  61. 61. VMS at your Service
  62. 62. VMS at your Service Message Notification Services Message Delivery Service Incoming Call Transfer Service Attendant Services Email Mailbox Services
  63. 63. Attendant Services – An Illustration 1 Call to Joseph 2 PSTN Welcome Caller Welcome to Matrix Telecom ! Greetings Dial Extension Number 7-Dial by Name 3 0 8-Leave a Message 5-Listen Promotional Scheme 9-Go to Operator The Person you wish to talk is not # available. Please dial 1 Calling Activity: End 1 to retry Dialed Extension Number: 501 4 9 to go to operator Dial by Name: Joseph, Dial 567 ETERNITY IP-PBX 0 to go to initial node # to disconnect 8 Call Established 5 9 7 6 Joseph 501 Smith 502 Operator No Answer User Busy Sara 503
  64. 64. Web based Programming  Web based GUI  Programming over Internet  Access Level for System Engineer and System Administrator  Upgrade System Software  Takes Back-up SMDR Reports
  65. 65. Accessories
  66. 66. Accessories  Digital Key Phone  Direct Station Selection (DSS) Console  IP-Phone
  67. 67. Digital Key Phone – EON48S  2x24 LCD with Swivel, Backlit and Contrast Control  Message Wait Lamp  Ringer Lamp  24 Programmable Keys & DSS Keys  More Direct Station Keys on Optional Attachment (DSS16x4)  Desk-Top and Wall Mounting  Call Log  Adjustable Ringer Volume and Speech Level  Executive and Operator Functionality  Last Dialed Calls  Message Paging  Tri Colour LEDs for Port Status
  68. 68. Direct Station Selection – DSS16X4  Two Units can be Attached with Each EON48S  64 keys for Direct Station Selection  DSS16X4 uses 1 DKP Port  Dual Color LEDs for Port Status
  69. 69. IP Phones – SETU VP  3 SIP Accounts  2 Ethernet Ports  Programmable Keys  Auto Answer with Headset Interface  Conference  DHCP, PPPoE, NAT and STUN  Peer-to-Peer Calling  Dialed, Received, Missed and Rejected Call Logs  G.711, G.722, G.723, G.726 and G.729AB  LAN and WAN Ports  Message Wait Indication  Multiple Call Handling (4 Calls)  Phone Book with 100 Entries  Web Configuration
  70. 70. DGS&D Customer List
  71. 71. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization City Commissioner of Central Excise Chennai Commissioner of Central Excise, Customs & Service Tax Mysore Central Horticultural Experiment Station Bhubaneswar Directorate of Enforcement Lucknow The Collectorate Jabalpur Municipal Corporation Bhilai Garrison Engineer (P), Kirkee Pune The Chief Engineer, BSF Head Qtr. Bikaner CMP Centre and School Bangalore Headquarters Madras Engineer Group & Centre Bangalore Defence Research & Development Organisation, Govt. of India, Ministry Bhuvaneswar of Defence
  72. 72. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization City Institute of Technology Korba Central Tool Room & Training Centre Bhuvaneswar Regional Vocational Training Institute for Women, DGE&T, Govt. of India Allahabad Directorate of Technical Education & Training Orissa Gujarat Vidyapith Ahmedabad University Institute of Engineering & Technology (UIET) Kurukshetra National Institute of Technology Agartala Gujarat Ecological Education & Research Foundation, Dept. of Forest, Gandhinagar Gujarat Dept. of AYUSH, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India New Delhi Regional Referral Hospital, Dept. of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of Nasik Maharashtra Chief Commissioner of Income Tax - I Vadodara
  73. 73. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization City Commissioner of Income Tax - I Kolhapur Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Trivendrum Prasar Bharati, Broadcasting Corpn. Of India, All India Radio / Doordarshan Jabalpur Prasar Bharati, Broadcasting Corpn. Of India, Doordarshan Kendra Kohima Dibrugarh, Assam Power Generation Corpn. Ltd., Assam National Power Training Institute (Ministry of Power, Govt. of India) Guwahati Physical Research Laboratory Ahmedabad Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Mysore National Technical Research Organization New Delhi Commissioner of Income Tax - I Kolhapur Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Trivendrum
  74. 74. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization City Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation Mumbai Bureau of Indian Standards Mumbai Maharashtra Directorate of Vocational Education & Training (44 Locations) Directorate of Technical Education Gandhinagar Dept. of Health & Family Welfare Gandhinagar Indian Coast Guard (Indian Navy), Min. of Defence Daman Sachivalay Complex, Ele. Division, R&B Dept. Gandhinagar Competition Commission Of India New Delhi Ministry Of Home Affairs, North Block New Delhi National Institute Of Health & Family Welfare New Delhi Women Hospital Dehradoon Road Transport Organisation Mumbai Chandrapur, Zila Parishad Maharashtra
  75. 75. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization - Education City Rajasathan Teacher Eligibilty Test Ajmer National Institute of Technology Agartala National Institute of Technology Agartala Govt. Science College Ahmedabad Gujarat Vidyapith Ahmedabad Krishi Vigyan Kendra Anta CMP Centre and School Bangalore Krishi Vigyan Kendra Banswara Rani Channamma University Belgavi Krishi Vigyan Kendra Bhilwara Central Tool Room & Training Centre Bhubaneswar College of Agriculture Bikaner Krishi Vigyan Kendra Bundi
  76. 76. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization - Education City Kendriya Vidyalaya Chandkheda Krishi Vigyan Kendra Chittorgarh Industrial Training Institiute Dehradun Krishi Vigyan Kendra Dungarpur Directorate of Technical Education Gandhinagar Gandhinagar Education Board Central University of Himachal Pradesh HP Sri Mata Vaishno Devi university J &K Krishi Vigyan Kendra Jhalawar SKN College of Agriculture Jobner North Eastern Institute of Science & Technology Jorhat Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation's Dental College Khokhra Krishi Vigyan Kendra Kota
  77. 77. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization - Education City Kendriya Vidyalaya Mankhurd Directorate of Vocational Education & Training Mumbai Directorate of Vocational Education & Training Mumbai Agriculture University Navsari National Institute of Health and Family Welfare New Delhi Directorate of Technical Education & Training Orissa Industrial Training Institute Pithoragarh Krishi Vigyan Kendra Rajsamand Krishi Vigyan Kendra Sirohi Directorate of Extension Education Udaipur Headquarter EME School Vadodara Office of the Commandant, EME School Vadodara
  78. 78. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization - Defence City Director General Armed Forces Medical Services New Delhi Air force Belgaum Defence Research & Development Organization, Ministry of Defence Bhubaneswar Air force Chandigarh Air force Dadri Controller of Defence Accounts Guwahati 39 Mtn DOU Jammu 28 Mtn DOU Jammu Cantonment Board Kirkee, Pune AMC Centre & College Lucknow AMC Records Lucknow Weapon Acceptance Trial Team Mumbai Air force Nagpur Air force Nasik Force HQRS Sashatra Seema Bal New Delhi Sashatra Seema Bal Shimla
  79. 79. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization - Health City Gujarat State AIDS Control Society Ahmedabad Medical College Bhavnagar Public Health Department Cuttack Civil Hospital Gandhinagar Taluka Hospital, Kanjirapally Kottayam Medical College Patan Civil Hospital Silvassa Civil Hospital Thane Government Organization - Police Police Radio Officer A&N Superintendent of Police Bikaner Dy. Commissioner of Police, East Delhi Dy. Commissioner of Police, North Delhi DCP Outer District Delhi DCP West Dist. Delhi ADG Police Gandhinagar
  80. 80. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization - Police City UP Police Lucknow Commissioner of Police New Delhi Delhi Police, South East New Delhi Dy. Commissioner of Police, New Delhi New Delhi Dy. Commissioner of Police, North East New Delhi Dy. Commissioner of Police, South West New Delhi Dy. Commissioner of Police, West New Delhi Resident Commissioner (Maharashtra Sadan) New Delhi Government Organization - Media Vigyan Prasar Noida All India Radio Ahmedabad Prasar Bharati, Broadcasting Corpn. of India, All India Radio / Doordarshan Jabalpur Prasar Bharti New Delhi National Technical Research Organization New Delhi
  81. 81. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization - Research/Laboratories City Forensic Science Laboratory Ahmedabad Space Physical Research Lab Ahmedabad Electronics Regional Test Laboratory (East) Kolkata Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Mumbai Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Mysore Regional Forensic Science Laboratory Rajkot Main Cotton Research Station Surat Government Organization - Banks City SBI Mumbai State Bank of Hyderabad Tirupati Government Organization - Others City Department of Space Ahmedabad MSME Development Institute Ahmedabad Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission Ahmedabad Tolmap Bhavan Ahmedabad Public Works Department Ajmer
  82. 82. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization - Others City Commander Works Engineers (AF) Allahabad Gujarat Pollution Control Board Ankleshwar Employees Provident Fund Organization Aurangabad Bhilwara Zila Doogdh Utpadak S. S. Ltd. Bhilwara Tejaswini R. W. E. Program Bhopal MP rajya Pichhada Varga Aayog Bhopal Railtel Corporation of India Ltd. Bhubaneswar Airport Authority of India Chennai Commissioner of Central Excise Chennai Central Warehousing Corporation Chennai National Bio Diversity Authority Chennai South Chennai Vehicle Main Depot Chennai Municipality Dahod Ministry of Home Affairs Delhi Govt. of National Capital Territory of Delhi Delhi Airport Authority of India Dibrugarh
  83. 83. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization - Others City Assam Power Generation Corpn. Ltd. Dibrugarh, Assam Commander Works Engineers Dibrugarh, Assam Central Water Commission Gandhinagar Circuit House Gandhinagar Directorate of Sainik Welfare & Resettlement Board Gandhinagar Elec. Sub Dn No.2 Gandhinagar Department of AYUSH Hyderabad Waghur Dam Division Jalgaon Circuit House Junagadh Commissioner of Income Tax Kolhapur Sarvajanik Udhyam Bureau Lucknow Diversified Agriculture Support Project Lucknow Department of Atomic Energy Mumbai Directorate of Aviation Mumbai Water Supply Department Mumbai Govt. Central Press Mumbai
  84. 84. DGS&D Customer List Government Organization - Others City Brihan mumbai Municipal Corporation Mumbai Road Transport Organization Mumbai Municipal Corporation Mumbai Jilla Shalya Chikitshak Nasik Central Bureau of Narcotics Neemuch Ministry of Agriculture New Delhi Town & Country Planning Organisation New Delhi National Medicinal Plants Board New Delhi District Court Patan Municipality Pindwara Zoological Survey of India Pune Meghalaya Industrial Dev. Corp. Ltd. Shillong Municipality, Abu Road Sirohi Municipality Sirohi Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Trivandrum Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Vadodara
  85. 85. Thank You
  86. 86.  Type of Presentation: DGS&D Presentation  Number of Slides: 84  Revised On: September 5, 2011  Version-Release Number: V2.R1 For Further Information Please Contact: Email ID: pbx@MatrixComsec.com Visit us at www.MatrixComsec.com

Notas del editor

  • Benefit: Connectivity to ISDN Network & its rich features.
  • Benefit: Advantage of Cost reduction & with increased Mobility & hence Global connectivity in local network.
  • Benefit: Connectivity to GSM/3G/CDMA (Mobile) Network & its Mobility features.
  • Benefit: User can attend the messages in his absence, avoid communication gape in crucial cases.
  • Benefit: 1) Efficient & effective ‘Call reception’ & Reduce Burden on Operator, hence influence the efficiency of organisation. 2) Save Callers Telecom Bill 3) Make Professional Image of the Company 4) Helpful During Non Working Hours and Holidays
  • Benefit : Feel pleasant to the caller & also keep amused till attended.
  • Benefit: Helps to implement discipline for telecom-resource usage & also in Cost reduction.
  • Benefit: Help to indentify the caller in-prior & respond accordingly
  • Benefit: Automated & effective ‘Call Routing’ of predefined callers without others’ intervention.
  • Benefit: 1) Expansion of existing PBX resources without replacing it (Cost Saving). 2) Using this Networked PBXs work as a Single Entity.
  • Benefit: 1) Help to solve shared matter in Faster & Effective way. 2) Avoid frequent travelling of remote workforce & hence Saves Cost .
  • CONFIDENTIAL
  • Benefit: 1) Faster call reception. 2) Effective distribution & execution of incoming calls .
  • Benefit: Mentioned in the slide
  • Benefit: Mentioned in the slide
  • Benefit: 1) Work as Mobile Extension to make & receive the calls with all basic features of PBX. 2) Allow Remote Programming.
  • Benefit: Extension Numbers can be chossen Easy to remember & dial.
  • Benefit: Cost Saving
  • Benefit: Important calls can be Forwarded to VMS and Attend also.
  • It is a gray area. Making a VoIP call using service provider/Peer to peer are allowed. However, once you make a call on TWT and kept called party on hold and make a VoIP call and put them in conference that is not legal. Bridging of two network TWT/GSM/ISDN PRI or any of the network should not bridge (Voice Network) to VoIP Network. Hence, We call in India this technology as Net to Phone and not Phone to Net. To achieve this we have implemented Four categories. You can put any of the trunk in any category and program accordingly. By default it is not allowed.
  • CONFIDENTIAL
  • CONFIDENTIAL
  • CONFIDENTIAL
  • Benefit: Very helpful for installation, support & troubleshooting by technician/ engineer.

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