2Ring today announced that its 2Ring GADGETS for Cisco Finesse v1.2 – Standard Bundle has successfully completed interoperability verification testing* with Cisco Finesse for Cisco Unified Contact Center Express and Enterprise v10.0.1.
2Ring GADGETS for Cisco Finesse is an essential power-pack of gadgets and tools for Cisco Finesse that enhances the capabilities of this new completely web-based agent and supervisor desktop platform.
“2Ring GADGETS enhance the capabilities of Cisco Finesse via the delivery of features that go beyond the elimination of feature parity between Cisco Finesse and CAD. 2Ring and Cisco are simultaneously working on improving collaboration among contact center agents, supervisors, back office workers, and even remote experts with the goal of Cisco Contact Centers delivering the best possible customer experience,” says Michal Grebac, Strategic Sales & Marketing Director at 2Ring America, Inc.
The Cisco Developer Network unites Cisco with third-party developers of hardware and software to deliver tested interoperable solutions to joint customers, harnessing the power and intelligence of the network. As a Preferred Solution Developer, 2Ring has worked closely with Cisco to deliver enhanced solutions that deliver greater interoperability with Cisco networking solutions. 2Ring also shares Cisco’s strong commitment to customer service and satisfaction, has completed interoperability verification testing based on criteria set forth by Cisco, and can provide its customers with 24 hour, 7 days a week customer support. With offerings such as 2Ring GADGETS for Cisco Finesse v1.2, customers can more quickly deploy a broad range of Cisco compatible business applications, devices, or services that can enhance the capabilities, performance, and management of Cisco Contact Centers. For more information on 2Ring GADGETS for Cisco Finesse interoperability with Cisco Finesse go to: https://marketplace.cisco.com/catalog/products/2949.
* Interoperability testing is designed to simulate typical customer configurations and does not replace the need for on-site testing in conjunction with actual implementation.