Cisco Prime Unified Provisioning Manager B (v. 2.0) - license - 500 additio

Mfg.Part: L-CUPM-B-500LIC | CDW Part: 2185079 | UNSPSC: 43232805
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  • (v. 2.0)
  • license
  • 500 additional phones
  • ESD
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  • (v. 2.0)
  • license
  • 500 additional phones
  • ESD
  • Win
Cisco Unified Provisioning Manager is a component of the Cisco Unified Communications Management Suite, consisting of Cisco Unified Provisioning Manager, Cisco Unified Operations Manager, Cisco Unified Service Monitor, and Cisco Unified Service Statistics Manager. Designed specifically for managing Cisco Unified Communications solutions, the Cisco Unified Communications Management Suite offers comprehensive provisioning, monitoring, and troubleshooting capabilities throughout the solution lifecycle.

Cisco Unified Provisioning Manager is a provisioning application for Cisco Unified Communications initial deployments and implementations. With automated processes for initial deployment and "day-2" additions and changes, Cisco Unified Provisioning Manager facilitates rapid installation and maintenance of Cisco Unified Communications components. With this tool, Cisco customers have achieved 10:1 productivity improvement for time to deployment.

Cisco Unified Provisioning Manager significantly reduces the ongoing costs and expertise required to manage the changes that occur once the network is operational. A knowledgeable administrator is able to configure policy at various levels that will enforce who is able to do delegated management; for whom that delegation applies; how business-level services apply to voice and messaging applications; and which types of end users (subscribers) are permitted to use which standard services.

Through the use of this policy and standard configuration approach, provisioning and activation of subscriber services are greatly simplified, while the overall ability to manage and provide services that make use of the underlying Cisco Unified Communications applications is retained. Costs are reduced, time to dial tone is reduced, and errors are practically eliminated. Subscribers are more satisfied, and your IP communications professionals have more time to focus on higher-value activities than repetitive operational issues.

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