Compare Aastra 5000 vs. Alcatel-Lucent OpenTouch Conversation

Aastra 5000 is ranked 30th in Unified Communications while Alcatel-Lucent OpenTouch Conversation is ranked unranked in Unified Communications. Aastra 5000 is rated 0, while Alcatel-Lucent OpenTouch Conversation is rated 0. On the other hand, Aastra 5000 is most compared with , whereas Alcatel-Lucent OpenTouch Conversation is most compared with .
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Overview
Aastra 5000 is one of the most comprehensive communication software on the market, with over 500 functions.

Wherever you go, take your office with you. Hold business calls, chat and collaborate from any device with this unified communications app.
Designed for today's mobile workforce, this application brings together IM chat, voice calls, visual collaboration and call history. Invite your customers, partners and colleagues to collaborate in real time - then discover how you can enhance your meetings with video and screen sharing to accelerate decision making and problem solving.
Phone running out of battery, want to take a call in private, or need to leave the office in a hurry? OpenTouch Conversation makes it easy to shift calls from one device to another, seamlessly. When a call comes in on the business number, both office and mobile phone ring simultaneously. And there's more. Simple features; big difference.

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AIPA SpABlickle and Scherer, Loughborough University, CSF Inox, Caritas Speyer
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