VIAVI Solutions and Tait Communications Expand Auto-Test Capabilities

SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Viavi Solutions Inc. (VIAVI) (NASDAQ: VIAV) and Tait Communications today announced automated test capabilities for the Tait TP9500 DMR and TP9600 P25 Series radios on the VIAVI 3920B Radio Test Platform and the 8800SX Digital Radio Test Set.

“We are thrilled to partner with industry leader Tait to embed support for their latest radios on our VIAVI test sets,” said Edward Latimer, Director of Product Management, Radio Test, VIAVI. “Tait’s public safety customers expect and can rest easy knowing their radios are operating to Tait’s tough standards.”

“Our customers depend on Tait for reliable communications,” said Ellery Hurn, Partner Manager, Strategic Partnering at Tait Communications. “Tait’s partnership with VIAVI ensures that first responders can trust their radios are operating at their best.”

On both the 3920B and 8800SX, the Tait DMR Auto-Test option now supports the TP9500 in addition

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Movius WhatsApp Integration Creates First True Compliant Mobile Unified Communications Solution

CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Movius, the leading global provider of mobile unified communication software, is now enabling enterprises to securely and compliantly communicate with clients on their preferred mobile messaging channel. Today, the company announced the integration of WhatsApp support from within Movius MultiLine, their secure mobile communication service that can be deployed over any smartphone device on any global carrier. The integration will help unify and capture all business voice and messaging channels through a single integrated user experience, while enabling firms to effortlessly meet regulatory and surveillance needs.

An open Beta for this integration is available now and general availability is expected in the fourth quarter, 2020. As users continue to work remotely, they will find the expanded enterprise service provides unmatched productivity anywhere – and compliance everywhere – especially as companies accelerate their emerging Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies and implementations.

WhatsApp users will experience a

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Auto Dealers Can Now Automate Sales and Service Communications via VinSolutions With Meera Conversational AI Integration

The integration can help auto dealerships boost ROI on marketing and improve customer re-selling and cross-selling

VANCOUVER, BC, Sept. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Meera Conversational AI announces a new integration with VinSolutions Connect CRM platform, a leading automobile software provider for auto dealerships. The integration will enable dealerships to automate marketing and customer support communications. The integration will help dealerships work leads better and deliver exceptional customer experiences by leveraging consumer-friendly mediums such as text and video. has been enabling autodealers to maximize their profitability by enhancing their sales funnel efficiencies. Meera’s goal is to aid autodealers in forging deep meaningful relationships with their customers. Its conversational AI platform empowers dealers to do so, by automating and personalizing communications. Meera’s new integration with VinSolutions is another strategic step towards helping its customers improve brand value and recognition.

Meera’s new integration with VinSolutions Connect CRM platform facilitates marketing and

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Base Stations For Effective Drive-Thru Communications, Restaurant Management

The drive-through lane is the heartbeat of any successful quick service restaurant. An efficient, well-managed drive-through is the key to moving more cars through at peak times, for maximum profitability.

At the center of that operation is the drive-through base station. Today’s base stations have advanced alongside other technologies to embrace the superior clarity of digital sound (over the original analog systems). Digital systems ushered in the age of faster service times and greater order accuracy. In fact, a study published in QSR Magazine found that switching from an analog system to a digital system, helped operators speed up service times by 8-10 seconds per customer.

And whereas the base station used to be simply a device for managing communication between employees and customers at the drive-through, it has now morphed into a full-fledged management tool.

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