Education

With staff, parents and many other stakeholders, schools and education facilities need to ensure their communication infrastructure is robust and effective.

The Ericsson-LG iPECS range, from Lily, are powerful phone systems designed to cover the needs of small and large schools, universities, and colleges. With a range of platforms that can meet the needs of 2 to 2000 users, each platform utilises the same powerful features and software applications, ensuring the UK Education sector can take advantage and benefit from the power of iPECS Phone Systems.

iPECS eMG80 - Hybrid Phone System for the education sector

The iPECS eMG80 is our reliable hybrid phone system, delivering high-quality communications for 2-30 users. The eMG80 supports advanced VoIP technology as well as either ISDN lines or Analogue to give your business the ultimate in communications flexibility.

What is a Hybrid Phone System?

A Hybrid Phone System is a phone system that is capable of using more than one type of technology to make calls, such as old ISDN or Analogue with new network technologies, like VoIP. They allow businesses to use their existing analogue lines with expandability to new digital technologies, simultaneously.

The system can deliver all the features you would expect, including: transfers, caller ID, marketing on hold, etc. Not only that, but you have advanced functionality including an integrated multi-level auto attendant and voicemail with both mobile and email notification, so you’re always connected in the way that works for you.

Key Features of the iPECS eMG80:

iPECS in Education Brochure

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