After launching akkadian Provisioning Manager Express (aPME) 4.0 in November of 2014, we’ve had an opportunity to demonstrate how we simplify the user provisioning process to thought leadership within the end user and partner Collaboration community. Whether it was presented at an event like Cisco’s Collaboration Solutions Release 11 training in San Jose, or being leveraged at many enterprise and small-to-medium-sized companies, the response has been phenomenal.
We created aPME because our clients were searching for an easier way to provision their Cisco Collaboration environments. Collaboration benefits like single number reach and IM&P made it easier for team members to communicate on any device and from anywhere. However, provisioning these features as well as users can still be quite complex. On top of this, one wrong move could lead to security and service issues. To address these challenges and others, we developed aPME as the solution to provide simplicity, security and speed. We built the interface with the user in mind, reducing the number of fields required to provision a user down to as little as three.
Our partners and clients will also be excited to see that in the latest release of aPME (4.1) we’ve further enhanced aPME’s templates to make the input required to provision multiple devices even simpler. Moreover, we’ve expanded aPME’s reach to Contact Center Express 9+. Other updates include schedule backup and certificate management options. To see all the system enhancements of aPME 4.1, please email us to schedule a demo.
Already using aPME? Download the latest release akkadian Provisioning Manager Express (aPME).
aPME is the one screen provisioning process featuring:
- Provisioning in 30 seconds
- Training in five minutes
- Detailed reporting of all changes
- Security—CUCM access not required
- Customization to your environment
- DID Management allowing to auto-assign DN
- Cloning of existing device configurations
- Ability to manage multiple CUCM, Unity Connection and IM&P systems
- Role-based security