The DCS408 from Samsung has
been designed to make communications as simple as possible for even
the smallest of offices, delivering the advanced features and functionality
of a large telephony system at a fraction of the cost. Up to 12 ports
are available on the DCS408, with ISDN connectivity for faster, smoother
access to on-line services such as email and the Internet and features
such as Caller ID display (CLI) and direct dialling (DDI) to an individual
extension. Operator and group working can also ensure all calls are
handlled efficiently within your organisation.
In addition, trunk to trunk transfer and call diverts
alloe calls to be seamlessly forwarded to external destinations such as
a mobile phone, domestic number or even another office.
The DCS408 is available with a wide range of stylish and practical handsets from simple analogue and stand-alone DECT phones to fully featured digital keyphones with LCD display and programmable functions to meet the individual needs of each user.
Display keyphones offer either 7, 17 or 38 programmable, fast dial keys with tri - coloured LED lights to indicate system use plus an interactive LCD display to help users get the most from the system.
Non-display phones provide a cost-effective solution for staff who do not require CLI or DDI information yet retain the call handling functionality offered by the DCS408, ensuring everyone has their own point of contact and individual extension.
For a cost effective investment
The DCS408 is a flexible, modular system that keeps cost downs, as you only need to purchase the solution that your organisation needs. Additional handsets or devices can then be easily added, so as your needs grow so can the DCS408.
In addition, Least Cost Routing (LCR) allows you to control ongoing call costs by automatically selecting the cheapest courier for each outbound call from your selected list of suppliers.
DCS 408 System Features
DCS 408 Main User Features
Please note some features may not be supported within certain product configurations or may require the purchase of additional hardware or software.