Nimans On Song
Posted on 15/09/2011
Nimans has hit the right note as demand for its own-brand music-on-hold solution moves to the top of the sales charts.
The Fortune MOH 3000 MP3 player is exempt from traditional performing rights licences and can save businesses thousands of pounds each year in royalty payments. The rack mounted device simply connects to an external port of any phone system – and represents a valuable additional add-on sale for resellers.
Purchasing Director,Andy Winfield, says the exclusive network-enabled innovation has become one of the company’s best MOH sellers as it can easily be updated through the internet – playing music or individual sales messages.
The player can store up to 32 MP3 audio files and is remote programmable using content management software – making it an ideal solution for multi-site locations. It supports multi-tracks and has sequential, shuffle and scheduled (timed) playback modes.
Andy added: “The MOH 3000 has become one of our leading lines as it enables a bespoke music on hold service without the traditional costs of performing rights. It’s one of the most cost effective ways for businesses to benefit from a professional on hold service, offering music or sales message solutions from any phone system.”