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3rd party IVR connects to nortel norstar cics
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3rd party IVR connects to nortel norstar cics

3rd party IVR connects to nortel norstar cics

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My pharmacy currently uses the nortel norstar cics phone system and a 3rd party IVR which is used for customers to refill prescriptions. The 3rd party IVR needs analog inputs from the phone system to work properly. How many ways can I make the IVR talk to the phone system? I did some research and found out that I might use analog terminal adapter (ATA) or nortel norstar voicemail interface (VMI) to make them work together, but I don't know if I'm in the right direction?

RE: 3rd party IVR connects to nortel norstar cics

Suggest you ask the IVR people, they would tell you the "requirements" for their product and what/which is compatible.




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RE: 3rd party IVR connects to nortel norstar cics

Typically these IVRs connect on the phone line between the DMARC and the system CO input.

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