The principal and faculty at an elementary school depend on their business communications system as much as their peers at a large metropolitan high school rely on their enterprise communication system to keep themselves, staff and students in contact with each other. Their communications systems must have robust system features, easy-to-use applications and produce cost effective, productivity enhancing benefits.
Small school districts and private schools may benefit from stand-alone systems. Educators in more extensive school districts need their communication systems to extend voice features across the district by networking multiple sites into one common system architecture. Integration of voice, data and video and IP telephony (the transportation of voice communications over Internet Protocol, also known as VoIP) are also key attributes of well-rounded communication system. AML’s voice communication platforms can also help:
- Create a centrally managed voice network
- Extend voice communications to remote schools
- Customize phone services for school departments