Xiamen, China – Jan 25, 2018 – Yealink, the global leading unified communication (UC) solution provider, is pleased to introduce its successful Case Study in transportation with Transoil, Russia’s largest private rail operator of rolling stock in terms of transportation and market share in the segment of rail transport of oil and oil products.
Transoil has an extensive network with over 20 offices and branches across the nation, and has already deployed 800 Avaya phones during the past 10 years. Therefore, ensuring efficient communication and compatibility are primary concerns when upgrading to a new system. Moreover, as Transoil intends to switch from audio to video, there is huge demand for rich features like advanced meeting control and the scalability of upgrading to infrastructure in large quantity.
To satisfy what Transoil urges, seamless compatibility, powerful Yealink Meeting Server (YMS) infrastructure, and wide range of endpoints offered by Yealink have played essential part in realizing a successful solution. In particular, with great compatibility and supporting 10,000 users’ registration, YMS ensures smoothness for future upgrading.
“With Yealink’s solution, we can gather all our divisions in a single video conferencing room to discuss our common problems and efficiently manage our company.” commented Petrenko Konstantin Leonidovich, director of Transoil IT Department.
Yealink (Stock Code: 300628) is a global leading unified communication (UC) solution provider that primarily offers video conferencing systems and voice communication solutions. Founded in 2001, Yealink leverages its independent research and development and innovation to pursue its core mission: “Easy collaboration, high productivity.” The company’s high-quality UC solutions enhance the work efficiency and competitive advantages of its customers in over 100 countries. Yealink is the world’s second-largest SIP phone provider and is number one in the China market. For more information, please visit: www.yealink.com.
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Established in 2003 in Saint-Petersburg, Transoil is the largest private rail operator of rolling stock and has the largest market share in the segment of rail transport of oil and oil products in Russia. The total volume of transported goods exceeds 570 million tons.