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PBX integration with software

PBX integration with software

PBX integration with software

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Hi All,

Any Techies out there? I need help. Any advice on reading the information put out by NEC IPS Lite PBX would be great. I need to tie in this kit with our Hotel Front of House software so that calls can go staright onto a resident's bill. I have no clue where to start and any pointers would be fantastic. It would be great if I could get my hands on a PBX to play with. Any ideas of somebody who may lend me one or where I can pick up a cheap/second-hand one. How much should I pay if I go for this option. All advice gratefully received.

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RE: PBX integration with software

You need the SMDR/MCI/PMS Interface Specifications.   Part #152019 about $15 from an NEC dealer.  

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