Cisco Unified Communications Manager Software


 

Cisco Unified Communications Manager is a platform for integrating business communication technologies such as telephony, video conferencing, presence information, call recording, web conferencing and messaging. It enables administrators to control unified communications infrastructure supporting a large number of users making it suitable for businesses of all sizes.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager allows businesses to manage their communications networks, administer user settings for a variety of collaboration tools and extend these tools to mobile devices. It also enables video capabilities for contact centers.

Cisco offers an API that helps developers create new applications. Additionally, Cisco Unified Communications Manager allows end-users to manage their own settings using an application or an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) menu.

The system is available in a number of licensing bundles. User Connect Licensing allows organizations to purchase user licenses for single applications. Unified Workspace Licensing offers bundled collaboration tools priced according to the number of users.

 

Cisco Unified Communications Manager - Automatic call routing configuration
 
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager - Automatic call routing configuration
    Automatic call routing configuration
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager - End user configuration
    End user configuration
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager - IP phone configuration
    IP phone configuration
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager - Call recording settings
    Call recording settings
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager - Microsoft Lync configuration
    Microsoft Lync configuration
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager - SIP trunk configuration
    SIP trunk configuration
Supported Operating System(s):
Linux, Windows 10

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shauna from The City of Oklahoma City
Specialty: Government - State and Local
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

October 2018

October 2018

Fantastic product

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love this product

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I really liked being able to move office locations and all I had to do was plug in my phone this time...So much more user friendly then the "old" way of telephones. I also like how I could use the number at different locations at the same time. ease of use is so helpful. directories connected to the network is great and easy access at your fingertips and the alerts we receive come in handy

Cons

Bad weather sometime affects the service but I assume that can be easily remedy by the company yu work for having a back up generator or some kind of backup for the you have a power loss

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Evaggelia from Public School
Specialty: Education
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

September 2018

September 2018

Cisco Unified Communications solutions has the solution for any type of communication

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I like the fact that there are certified partners all over the world that are willing to help you choose the right product and to make it work effectively. There are products for every need. Every school small or big can make the proper choice to buy a tool that supports the synchonous or asynchronous comunication or both among students, parents and teachers, and share docs and presentations to collaborate as if it is face to face meeting and not only!

Cons

While comunicating and presenting may appear a delay. The presenter needs some time to make someone else presenter. Some docs need to be converted in order to appear properly to everyone.The prize is a bit high.

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Eric from Adventist Health System
Specialty: Healthcare
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

June 2018

June 2018

Cisco Communications Manager Review

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This is a product that is easy to use, and very user friendly. No one on my team has ever had a complaint about it.

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I can't think of anything that I've disliked this product. In my opinion, it is exactly what a mid- or high-volume Call/Contact Center needs.

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Fata from Westcon
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

May 2018

May 2018

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Highly recommend for small start up to large business. Great way to get connected.

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Accessible, Free, easy to use get connected anytime anywhere. Perfect for team meetings and conference.

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Been using the app for years now and have not encounter issues so far i would highly recommend for small tO large scale businesses

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Sachin from Vodia Networks
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

April 2018

April 2018

No other software can manage your servers better than this

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1) the interface is good and holds up all the necessary information as it should on every single page
2) The back end looks sturdy too and looks like a robust system.

Cons

1) Pretty much tied up here. Cannot find a bug or a negative aspect about this.
2) Although some features can be added which will make the navigation a lot faster than right now.

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Matt from Vetter Software
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

March 2018

March 2018

Difficult to use . . . don't like it

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The obvious advantage is the security provided for our communications, but it's difficult to use. Unfortunately, I've chosen to stop using the product because opening files is so difficult.

Cons

Instructions are not clear and not easily accessible When clicking on links to de-encrypt files, options are not clear. Simply put, it's not intuitive.

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Matthew from Salvation Army Kroc Center Hawaii
Specialty: Nonprofit
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

March 2018

March 2018

Very happy with Cisco

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We have used a variety of Cisco products and their communication manager fit well with our organization. We make a ton of calls and this simplified the process and allowed our users to have high quality calls.

Cons

We haven't had any major issues. In fact we generally solve all IT issues internally without using customer support so I'm not even sure how they do on the support side. The issues are usually minor.

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Maria from Epsilon
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 5,001-10,000 employees Employees number: 5,001-10,000 employees

November 2017

November 2017

Cisco Review

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Cisco Unified Communications Manager is not a bad product. There's a lot of functionality there. Their tech support is good.

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The user interface can be confusing to use. Sometimes I find that I have to refer to the instructions when I need to use features that I only use once in a while.

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Georgina from Time Out
Specialty: Media and Entertainment
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

October 2017

October 2017

Easy to use phone and conference call system

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Cisco offers a call system that is easy to use. As a global company we find it helpful for internal and external conference calls

Cons

The cost of the system is higher than other competitors, this may not be worthwhile if you are using it on a smaller scale.

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Tamara from PrimeLending
Specialty: Finance
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

September 2017

September 2017

Cisco Review

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Great software/phone for both inbound and outbound calls. Great for conference calls. Low maintenance.

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The software can be costly. Recommend for larger companies. Typically there are no problems unless you are performing an upgrade or making a major configuration change.

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Larry from Oklahoma State University
Specialty: Education
Number of employees: 5,001-10,000 employees Employees number: 5,001-10,000 employees

June 2017

June 2017

Cisco Unified Communications Manger is a wste

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Cisco Unified Communications Manager is an okay product but is incredibly not user friendly. It's scalable, but not worth it.

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The user interface is not very intuitive for many users. It is overly complex and hard to use for most users. It also require many many clicks to complete simple tasks.

 
 

Kelly from Rosetta Stone
Specialty: Education
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

April 2017

April 2017

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Great tool for my team to use for both incoming & outbound calls. Easy to use and great functionalities.

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The reporting tools are a bit overwhelming and sometimes difficult to report on the exact items I need.

 
 

Omar from Whitworth University
Specialty: Education

January 2016

January 2016

A Top Notch Product, though very costly

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The product is very stable, especially since CUCM started running on Linux. It doesn't require constant updates. It is very feature rich, more so with every new version. It's web interfaces are well laid out and intuitive. Tech support from the Cisco TAC CallManager team is usually very good. CUCM interfaces with so many other VoIP products out there, including Microsoft.

Likes Least

Tech support from the Cisco Global Licensing team has not been very good in my experiences. They usually take days to reply, often issue the wrong licenses, and the licensing process seems to be convoluted and constantly changing. Cisco promised that with their new licensing strategy starting with version 9 would be more cost efficient and easier to understand. It has not turned out to be more cost efficient at all. Also, Cisco yearly maintenance is very costly, as well as all their endpoints, much more costly than the average competitor.

Recommendations

Take advantage of Cisco Live presentations as they are very informative and helpful. Don't let Cisco reps try to sell you a more expensive phone than you need, as they were aggressively pushing their very costly camera phones for quite a while. You will have little to no problems interfacing CUCM with other VoIP products.

 
 

Robert from Force 3
Specialty: Professional Services

November 2015

November 2015

More than just VoIP - A Powerful UC and Collaboration Suite

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Cisco Unified Communications Manager and its associated products (Unity Connection voicemail, Contact Center Express, etc.) provide a full suite of unified communications and collaboration capabilities. The solution can scale to from SMB to large enterprise and is highly flexible, allowing it to accommodate a wide range of business needs. The latest versions transition both voice and video communication onto a unified platform to drive the ubiquity of video adoption and impact the speed of business. Support for a wide range of endpoints, including PC, tablet, and mobile devices, allows for the adoption of collaboration tools by remote and mobile workers. The product is powerful and lends itself easily to fulfilling business goals.

Likes Least

One of the primary negatives about Cisco UCM would be the cost, especially at smaller scales and when competing against a legacy TDM solution. Even for businesses that are driven primarily by cost though, the additional benefits such as integrated instant messaging, point to point video, and mobile device integration may prove to be enough of a differentiator to justify the extra expense.

Organizations that are interested in managing their own solution will typically need to hire or have on staff a fairly high level engineer, though most IT people would be capable of learning how to handle at least basic moves, adds, and changes. The importance of solid solution architecture and maintenance can not be overstated enough.

Recommendations

Look for opportunities to leverage the collaboration features to resolve organizational pain points and solve business goals. Once you do this then the choice of an extensible next generation platform like Cisco UCM over a legacy TDM solution becomes apparent. A few examples:
- Mobile Remote Access may help you to empower employees to work remotely while still remaining connected with co-workers, helping to satisfy your requirements for a telework initiative.
- Utilizing telepresence endpoints and the collaboration edge architecture to enable video communications across organizational boundaries may help you to reduce travel costs and improve communications with partners, vendors, and customers.
- Utilize IM&P to allow for real time collaboration between employees. Federation allows for standards based chat communications with external entities.

 
 
 
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September 2018

September 2018

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Good product with great support from one of the largest companies. Ultimately stopped using it for an all in house solution.

Pros

We like the ability to monitor different sites when we used this platform. The ability to have separate offices extension dial and setup call centers with ease was much help during our initial call center deployments.

Cons

The platform is not as simple to use as other systems but does generally cover all necessities we had for a system. We ultimately decided on an in house system to improve our system.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Moses from Visiting Nurse Association of Southeast Missouri
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

September 2018

September 2018

Not a fan...

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Very reliable and has lots of features. Well know company with good reputation.

Cons

We used this for years before moving to a cloud based phone system. The dashboard is super cumbersome and unless you are well versed in CISCO applications you will be completely lost. On top of that it is very expensive for yearly support and the such. We saved tons by moving away from this setup.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Ali from Banco del Tesoro, Banco Universal C.A.
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

September 2018

September 2018

The most powerfull tool

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I work for more than 10 years with systems associated with the UCM and I present few failures and these were never associated with the software was hardware or bad configuration, really excellent.

Pros

Its stability is impressive, practically without maintenance it is able to work a lot of time.

Cons

At present, a state of maturity has been achieved that allows it to be one of the best in the market, although it requires a little more time than other brands.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Alexander from United States Air Force
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

September 2018

September 2018

costly but reliable and wide range of features

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This is Enterprise-grade VoIP here, only significant improvement would be lower cost.

Pros

It's easily scalable and has lots of great configuration and administration tools. My use case is limited but I understand that it has a very wide range of unified communications capabilities. The product support (Technical Assistance Center) is great too. Super easy to perform spot additions and changes once your deployment is already set up. Also, you can get as granular into individual device configs as you want.

Cons

-Price (hardware and licensing)
-Time to become familiar with GUI. Learning curve is steep.

Review Source: Capterra
 


August 2018

August 2018

Essential software to management a fleet of Cisco IP devices.

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Updating extensions, mobility profiles, and hardware is instant, so changes can be instantly seen. Everything on Cisco IP devices can be customised through this software, using features like the device template. There is plenty of documentation on forums and the Cisco support pages on how to configure these devices as required.

Cons

The UI is a bit dated and isn't scalable to mobile devices.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Dominic from Quadra
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

June 2018

June 2018

Unified Communications Manager is a great product!

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It is such a great product that I will definitly recommand the product.

Pros

Really stable product
Cluster mode
Rich in feature
Flexible to meet your needs
As it is popular it is easy to find support
TAC support is normally really good

Cons

Miss some feature here and there
Not much monitoring included you have to buy 3rd party tools
As it is not complete with Monitoring or even easy of use platform to create phone the Value for the money spend is OK but surely not good.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Olakunle from Maersk Line

June 2018

June 2018

Cisco UCM remains the traditional option for voice over IP

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The Cisco UCM is built for purpose with hardware optimization for voip services. As with most cisco products, the architecture is resilient and applicable for high availability environments. The application is modular and rich in features. Rich CTI features also.

Cons

The licensing of the features can be complex to understand. You may not know what is required for the functions you want until you talk to an expert. Not suitable for out of the box implementation. Highly trained personnel required to deploy.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Cynthia from San Mateo-Foster City School District

May 2018

May 2018

GUI Interface is not that intuitive. Requires a lot of patience and time to read user manuals.

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I will have to admit that as long as you have a service contract with Cisco, they have excellent customer service. They've resolved many issues for us that were mission critical. But this is strictly for the CUCM itself. If you need help with specific physical phones, that requires a separate service contract and they will NOT help you.

Cons

I do not like that there is no consistent way in knowing which DID phone numbers have already been used and which ones are available. The biggest issue I have is when I think a phone number is available to assign to staff person, but often times that same number is being used as a voicemail box only for messages. Since the voicemail system is different, I have to constantly check both systems as well as a spreadsheet we have to ensure the phone number I'm assigning is actually available for use. Plus, we have several different call blocks so I never know which prefix goes with which extension. CUCM does not show the full phone number, only the last 4 digits. So unless you have running documentation knowing all the phone numbers in your call blocks, it's not very intuitive.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Miguel from MUHSD

May 2018

May 2018

Cisco Unified Manager good for big deployment of VOIP

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Easy to manage alot of individual phones. Able to edit a group at a time or individual phones. Easy to make changes remotely and not having to physically go to each phone

Cons

Alot of menus and options that can overwhelm users. Process to update firmware on phones is very cumbersome and time consuming. Some things needed to be done via CLI and not the web gui.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Guillermo from Eastern University

May 2018

May 2018

Excellent tool that allows to perform several communication tasks in a single platform

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- The quality of its service is impressive.
- Constant support for security vulnerabilities.
- When talking about many users there are few who can compete with this tool.
- The implementation is not complicated.

Cons

- Too expensive for a small or medium business.
- Sometimes it's hard to get some kind of online support.

Review Source: Capterra
 


May 2018

May 2018

No Joke - Its a phone system.

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Number 1 - Cisco. - Inherited this phone system about 4 years ago. Self taught how to use and configure. Have since installed 4 more systems for other customers - feature rich - must have extensive Cisco knowledge.

Cons

Must have extensive Cisco knowledge. Classes, trainings and certifications recommended. This is not an easy system to learn or implement, and there are many many variables

Review Source: Capterra
 

Juan Carlos from Logrand Group
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Great and robust product, however is for advanced users

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If you are looking for a robust and secure communication solution, it's great, I would only advise against its reporting.

Pros

It's a good product, high quality, and very robust security-wise, it has all the tools and functionalities for your communication needs, I used it personally for a Call Center and I had little to no downtime.

Cons

I really disliked its reporting system, is not user friendly also cisco does not allow you to tamper its software and it makes it really difficult to extract valuable information for analysis.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Kristoph from Bayer

April 2018

April 2018

Reliable, appealing UI, and functionally comprehensive

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Able to fully function in my role's capacity regardless of working from home or at the office.

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It delivers the things that I expect it to be able to do -- make calls, conference with colleagues -- and I have rarely heard of a colleague disliking the software. It is easy to use without any introduction, and this speaks to the

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It's hard to find something to dislike, given that I use it for fairly simple functions. There haven't been any personal instances of being unable to connect to colleagues, and I have never had a call drop.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Abigail from Beach Point Capital Management

April 2018

April 2018

Cisco's Unified Communications Manager made my workplace phone system so much easier to control!

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This software helped me to control and organize my phone system according to my business and even my employees.

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The aspect I like the most about this software is that I can control every phone in the office. If I want only 3 people's phones to ring when a main line call comes in, I can do that. If I want to group certain phones to roll over certain calls, I can do that as well.

Cons

One con about this software is that without instruction, you would never be able to use it. Written instructions are simply too complicated and there are a lot of shortcuts, tips, and tricks you can learn by having a cisco rep come out! However..it is time consuming!

Review Source: Capterra
 

Tony from Dow Jones
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Interesting take on hardware management

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this was a nice new utility we started using for our Cisco UCS platform. All in one mgmt app for our cisco hardware

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very difficult to learn the terminology and how templates were used and managed. Seems a bit clunky

Review Source: Capterra
 

Antonio from University of Venezuela
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

March 2018

March 2018

Excellent program for phone calls

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Optimize the cost of phone calls

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Excellent program for telephone calls includes many features with Cisco IP Phones and with good voice modulation

Cons

Although it is a very good program, it is closed some voice protocols like SIP, it is very proprietary of cisco and you need hardware of CISCO System

Review Source: Capterra
 

Justin from Bbva compass

March 2018

March 2018

I am a system admin and architect

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The stability of this system is unparalleled. The granularity of management restrictions is incredible. This truly is the gold standard of enterprise voip systems.

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The upgrade process and licensing structure is labor intensive. Real time monitoring tool is clunky and difficult to understand.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Marsha from eGov Jamaica Ltd.
Number of employees: 501-1,000 employees Employees number: 501-1,000 employees

March 2018

March 2018

A very reliable and stable solution which we are have been using for years

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I like that the solution is fully featured, we currently use this solution and have been for years and must say it is very reliable and stable. CM is fully featured and is a flexible IP telephony solution. We have it across multiple sites, with publisher and subscriber the solution provides full redundancy in the event of a disaster. The phone deployment is quick and simple, and bulk imports make large scale deployment of telephony endpoints quick and seamless. It is helpful to consult with another organization to construct a plan and design prior to implementation.

Cons

It takes some training and continuous use to fully master CM as it is not very simple at first. It is helpful to consult with another organization to construct a plan and design prior to implementation. Once you have been using CM for sometime you become more comfortable with the solution and deployment. The licensing model can become costly and upgrade can at times get complicated.

Review Source: Capterra
 


March 2018

March 2018

We used the Unified Communications Manager for our phone system for 10 years.

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The Unified Communications Manager worked well...with redundant servers we never experienced down time.

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The Unified Communications Manager can be difficult to setup and manage. We found it to be too expensive to upgrade.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Tina from Infinit Technology Solutions

January 2018

January 2018

Great experience!

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The UCM is feature rich and full of functionality. It's a bit of a beast so, I suggest educating yourself on the product or partnering with a company to manage it. It's been very reliable.

Cons

Big learning curve. It's beneficial to work with an engineer that's familiar with the system since there is so much to it.

Review Source: Capterra
 
 
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