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ascendant

noun ancestor, antecedent, for ebear, for efather, for erunner, genitor, praestare, pr ecursor, pr edecessor, pr ocr eator, pr ogenitor, sir e, summus
See also: ancestor, dominant, predominant, prevailing, prevalent, primogenitor, prosperous
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Ascendent delivers enhanced presence functionality to our PowerConnect customers," said Theron Dodson, vice president of marketing at Ascendent Systems.
By extending the identity and functionality of a traditional office phone to a BlackBerry handset, Ascendent ensures that executives can remain productive and "fully operational" when they leave the office.
This partnership is exceptionally complementary as Berbee has planned, designed and implemented more than 40,000 phones and 3000 call center agents for multiple national sites across 200 clients," said Mark Hicks, vice president of business development, Ascendent Systems.
The Ascendent Voice Mobility Suite software is simply installed on a server and integrates with a company's PBX.
The new PBX Mobile Extension offering, announced Tuesday (April 1) at the CTIA Wireless 2008 trade show here, uses the latest version of the award- winning Ascendent(R) Voice Mobility Suite from Ascendent Systems (a subsidiary of Research In Motion), to deliver an advanced, enterprise-grade unified communications system.
The Ascendent Voice Mobility Suite is a perfect complement to the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution.
As we investigated a number of different options for replacing our Digital Wireless Office System, Ascendent Systems was identified as providing the most equivalent functionality that our staff uses.
It tightly integrates and unifies important voice capabilities to empower users with the time-saving and collaborative phone system features they are accustomed to using at their desk, like four digit dialing or conferencing, regardless of their location or what phone they have access to," said Debbie Miller, CEO of Ascendent Systems.