Chicago, IL – Percipia, a leader in hospitality telephony and mobility solutions, launches their newest integration to Microsoft’s Skype for Business and Skype Connect™. Skype for Business is a leading voice and messaging unified communication platform connecting multi-properties spanning the world whereas Skype Connect™ enables companies the ability to place low-cost calls. Percipia’s products will bring Skype for Business and Skype Connect™ into the hospitality industry. Our Frequency PBX seamlessly integrates guest calls to the back-of-house running Skype for Business, while Percipia’s Parallax hospitality gateway interfaces to the PMS providing hospitality centric features to the Microsoft products.
Percipia’s Frequency PBX is a hospitality-centric telephony system that works on-premise and in a hosted environment. Percipia’s telephony system uses nonproprietary hardware, allowing clients to choose the best equipment for their brand. Frequency PBX is well-known in the hospitality industry. Integrating with the two Skype products gives the hospitality industry more options when selecting a telephony platform.
“I have always believed that telephony solutions should not be a major expense for the hospitality industry. My team and I strive to offer cost-effective telephony options, and now with integration to Microsoft’s Skype for Business and Skype Connect, we can offer our industry another solution.” Michael Velasquez – CEO
Percipia’s Parallax software provides hospitality features like Caller ID, Wake-Up Calls, and Do-Not-Disturb to well-known telephony companies like Percipia, Avaya, Cisco, NEC, and now Microsoft. Percipia integrates these systems with virtually all property management systems providers. Cisco has utilized Parallax since 2002.
Skype for Business and Skype Connect™ integration are available now for new and existing Percipia clients.