DeskAlerts has announced that the latest version of its software will be intensively integrated with 3rd party system compatibility
(PRWEB) October 29, 2015
In response to feedback from its global client base, DeskAlerts has announced that the latest version of its software will be intensively integrated with 3rd party system compatibility. With the majority of contemporary workplaces relying on multiple software solutions to power everyday operations, the alignment with external providers supports a holistic approach to 21st century technology strategies.
For companies that utilize DeskAlerts as a platform for automatically generating alarms and informational messages via third party software systems the new upgrade introduces a new era of functionality. Now, administrators can enjoy detailed documentation and implementation assistance that supports both DeskAlerts notifications, as well as content raised by third party systems.
“We appreciate that in order to maximize efficiency modern workplaces rely on a myriad of different software solutions. It’s not realistic for software providers to expect that clients depend solely on a single solution, no matter how outstanding it may be. While we provide a superlative desktop alerts software service our clients utilize a myriad of additional solutions to support other aspects of their business. The integration of third party system support now allows administrators to leverage the functionality of DeskAlerts within other third party systems, thus allowing them to maximize efficiency across the board,” explains Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts Director.
Across the globe the internal communications solution is used by a legion of clients, from healthcare organizations such as the NHS, hospitality institutions such as Hilton Worldwide, logistics goliaths such as Hapag-Lloyd, oil giants such as BP and more. By actively seeking out feedback DeskAlerts was able to pinpoint zealous demand for the integration of third party system support.
“We’re continually drawing on customer feedback to enhance and enrich the DeskAlerts user experience. We exist to offer our clients superlative internal communications solutions so when we discovered that integration with third party systems was in high demand we set our desktop alert software engineers to work,” says Vdovin.
As an effective back-up notifications channel, DeskAlerts is often used as to generate automatic alarms and informational messages linked to the events raised by other systems. Depending on the sophistication of these systems, some will feature the built-in ability to raise specific event calls and make a simple requests to other systems via the network. This compatibility is enough to generate a DeskAlerts notification without requiring interaction from a content publishing administrator.
Thanks to its universal API DeskAlerts is able to handle requests from virtually any third party system equipped with built-in call raising and request functionality. This means that whether clients want to integrate software relating to hospital bed management, oil tanker tracking, sales records or any other business aspect, DeskAlerts will support inter-software notification generation.
To sign up for a free trial of DeskAlerts software integrated with the ability to support third party systems, go to: http://www.alert-software.com/demo/
To find out more about DeskAlerts and how the latest version of the desktop alerts software allows clients to leverage the efficiency of third party software solutions via the DeskAlerts platform, visit the website at: http://www.alert-software.com
DeskAlerts is the alert software that works in technologically and geographically diverse networks. It is a completely web-based solution that can be used to send desktop alerts and news updates to any employee within your organization, improving communications and productivity with a more efficient communication strategy than traditional email alone. View the DeskAlerts video to find out more.
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