Unified Communication systems

In today's dynamic economic landscape, smarter communication solutions are required for a variety of employee roles. For the mobile workforce to have a consistent in-office experience while working remotely, between meetings, or on the go, flexible device usage and round-the-clock connection are critical. The need for more collaborative communication solutions for in-office and mobile workforces has grown as competition has increased and workplaces and hours have become more flexible. The phrase 'Unified Communication' has evolved as a result of the importance of collaboration and mobility in corporate communication.


To improve consumer convenience and business productivity, a unified communication solution is built on four pillars: collaboration, communication, messaging, and mobility. Our UCS enables a business to effortlessly extend its reach to people with its straightforward interface and built-in real-time functionality like Video Calling, Email Integration, Presence Sharing, and BLF Keys. With a single platform solution, it is aimed to overcome geographical, communication device, and user-accessibility limitations.



Business Processes are more Streamlined.

Increased customer responsiveness among employees.

Increased Employee Productivity and Effectiveness

Increased Customer Accessibility.

Customers can connect with you at any time.

Customer service, whether in the office or on the road, is assured, as is communication between locations, even in the event of a trunk failure.

Increased Infrastructure Visibility from a Central Location.

Downtime is kept to a minimum.

Calls can be identified before they are answered.

Reduced Number of Operator Calls

There's no need to change your dialling patterns with automated call treatment.

You can work from anywhere, at any time.

Connectivity across several locations

Employee Mobility Is seamless

Universal Connectivity

Make use of existing IT infrastructure and telephones

Increased Staff Productivity by Using the Same Internet Connection for Voice and Data

Smartphones with GSM Numbers as well as Office Desk Extension

External devices such as a voice mail system, a gateway, or ATAs are not required.

Support for a Wide Range of Network Types – Investment Protection

Make use of the advantages of new-age networks on a single communication platform with flexible scalability.

Existing VOIP Devices (VOIP Gateways, SIP Servers, SIP Phones) and Telephone Instruments do not need to be replaced.

On each call, you can save money.

Optimal Internet Bandwidth Utilization – Using the Same Bandwidth for Voice and Data

Customer satisfaction and  Responsiveness is improved.

Travel costs within the office and between the office and field resources are reduced.

Configuration does not necessitate the use of an additional application.

Long-distance telephony costs are reduced thanks to VOIP, and there's no need to invest in new infrastructure.

Enhanced Organizational Effectiveness

For multiple locations, there is no need for a separate administrator.

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Why Bharat Vikas Networks

Talk to our expert and get the best device and service suitable for your need

Proper consultation and support ensuring your business runs smoothly without any disruption

One year warranty on the devices and the service

Cut down the operational costs and unwanted labor costs using our automation services.

Frequently asked questions

Which Is Better: Wired or Wireless Intercom Systems?

Typically, wireless solutions are simpler to install and manage. Wired solutions are considered more reliable and secure, especially over long distances.

What Are the Most Common Features for Intercom Systems?

Video calling, Internet connectivity, Remote access, Group calling, Noise cancellation

Can You Monitor Intercom Systems Remotely?

Standard intercom systems don’t typically offer internet connectivity. If remote access is something that’s important to you, make sure you choose a system with the right features.

Can I record audio?

Yes. Make sure the Security DVR/NVR system you select comes with an audio option. Most analog cameras do not come with built-in audio, so you will probably need a separate audio kit if you chose analog cameras over digital.

How many telephone lines can be recorded in a single computer?

This depends on UCB/PCI port of the computer; however, you can record up to 128 lines in a single computer.

What’s the cost of service?

Although this is the last question on the list, it’s sometimes the first question we are asked. Unlike most vendors, we welcome this query beforehand and we’re pleased to provide as much information as possible. From a rapid estimate to more detailed pricing based upon your specific requirements and specifications, all you have to do is “Contact Bharat Vikas Networks”

How many telephone calls can be recorded in computer system?

One can record about 800,000 minutes in 80GB hard disk. Although this depends on the capacity of the hard disk, in case your hard disk has more memory you can record more calls.

How to connect telephone lines with the system?

Telephone lines connect parallel to the recording system using RJ-11 phone jack; thus, the previous setting will be changed.

Can the telephone recording be accessed from the internet?

Yes, the telephone recording software supports LAN, hence, it can be access from the internet.

Have an EPABX system in an office, can it record the calls from all extensions?

Yes, your office’s EPABX system can record all the incoming and outgoing calls from all extensions. For which one must connect the direct trunk lines parallel to Telephone recording system.

Can direct trunk line be still recorded without EPABX?

Yes, connecting the trunk lines parallel to Telephone recording system can always solve this matter.