BELTUG continues to receive questions from members about how to migrate from a current PBX to a full VoIP/IPtel world. However, the business units’ requirements demand that ICT managers deliver functionalities which cannot be achieved unless extra IP systems are built to cooperate with the current PBX. Hybrid systems, together with a clear migration path towards the full IP world, have been identified as a valid strategy: spreading investments and change efforts over time.
The following companies enrolled: Agfa HealthCare, Banque Degroof, B-Bridge, BNP Paribas Fortis, Carrefour Belgium, Coface Services, Defensie, Enterprise Ireland, European Commission, HP België / Belgique, ING, KBC Global Services, Kodak, NeXTel, Nyrstar, Provincie Vlaams-Brabant, Rainbow ICT Services, S.C.R.-Sibelco, SITA Recycling Services, Smals, Toerisme Vlaanderen, USG People Belgium, Van Amheyde, Vanheede Environment Group, Vlaams Ministerie van Bestuurszaken-Afdeling Facilitair Management.
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|-Introduction: Setting the scene, including earlier BELTUG efforts on the topic |
Alex Vanzegbroek, Project Leader, BELTUG
|-Help! I still don’t use VoIP: do I have a problem? |
Ivo Postelmans, Product Portfolio Manager Enterprise Solutions, NeXTel
-SMALS: First results of the transition to IP telephony
-The way forward: Integrated transition towards full IP
|-Business drivers for a managed VoIP PBX|
Arjen Smedeman, CIO, Van Amheyde
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