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SoLo mobile client for Business Mobile Telephony Management

SoLo mobile client for Business Mobile Telephony Management

Overview

SoLo mobile client is the application to be installed into mobile devices. It is also the user’s interface, part of our SoLo mobile solutionsBusiness Mobile Telephony Management. The solution is optimized for large scale deployments and to remotely manage the mobile fleet of multinational companies.

To understand how SoLo mobile solutions can help your company to become more efficient by improving your mobile telephony systems, please refer to:

Business Mobile Telephony Management >>

Call Control*:

SoLo can manage all inbound and outbound calls. Thanks to its own LCR (Least Cost Routing table).

SoLo places outbound calls by using the best circuit possible:

Call-through SoBox (or 3rd party PBX with DISA), by using DTMF technology

Call-Back from SoBox, by using SoSoftware's proprietary protocol

Direct call from SIM, as a standard mobile device

White/Black Lists configurable

Emergency numbers

Failover mechanism

SoLo can control all inbound calls:

White/Black Lists on Inbound calls, drop undesirable calls

Forward conditional and unconditional incoming calls

SoLo detects where you are located and provides two different modes to manage calls automatically.

Home mode H can be set in call-through, call-back or direct SIM modes

Roaming mode R is automatically set in call-back mode, with the exception of direct calls from SIM

SoLo can switch automatically from Home to Roaming mode when you travel abroad

SoLo call features >>(depending on mobile OS, please refer to the matrix above)

Intercept all calls allows to place calls from any application like original pad of the mobile, e-mail, SMS, Google maps,... and provides service messages when needed.

Hidden mode works in combination with Intercept all calls. In this case, SoLo mobile client is completely hidden in call-through mode and works in background, transparency mode. Service messages are not provided anymore.

During Call-back mode SoLo mobile client is visible only while call is ringing in order to provide service messages.

Automatic Roaming - SoLo recognizes your location and switches automatically from Home Mode to Roaming Mode

Replace Phone allows you to make the usage of SoLo mandatory. Users can't stop SoLo services and your company can control mobile phones like they were desk phones. Very useful to replace DECTs.

Emergency numbers are automatically called directly via SIM

LCR (Least Cost Routing) allows to route calls automatically through SoBox or directly through SIM card. It is based on corporate decisions or set just to send calls via the cheapest circuit.

Failover mechanism - If SoBox is not reachable by the Client software, the company can configure different mechanisms (per group or user):

Calls are sent directly through the SIM card (as if SoLo were not present) without re-dialling
A popup is presented to the user with different choices:
 - Retry (without re-dialling) or Cancel
 - Place call via SIM directly (without re-dialling) or cancel

The failover mechanism guarantees success for all calls also in case the infrastructure or any part of it, like SoBox, corporate Internet connection, BES server, or any other link, doesn’t work properly.

Even in case SoBox is not reachable, Solo mobile client will continue to run control of Calls (e.g. Black/White Lists), DATA & SMS/MMS!

Home mode (H):

Call-through, Call-back, Direct SIM as per LCR settings
Conference
DND
Forward on/off
Forward on busy or no answer
Direct Voicemail
Redial last number
Personal features (max. 10), editable labels
Call Logs

Roaming mode (R):

Call-back or Direct SIM as per LCR settings
Black List
Redial last number
Failover mechanism
Call Logs

SMS/MMS Control*:

SoLo can set a daily quota separately in Home and in Roaming Modes
 

DATA Control*:

SoLo can set a daily quota separately in Home and in Roaming Modes or, depending on your mobile OS, SoLo can block some software applications if necessary: Internet browsers, Facebook, Twitter,…
 

Usabilité *:

SoLo fonctionne dans le monde entier :

La capacité d’avoir un dual mode DTMF + Data (n’importe quel protocole : 2G, GPRS, EDGE, 3G, UMTS, HSPDA, HSPDA+, Wi-Fi) fait de Solo la seule solution au monde qui fonctionne partout dans le monde.

Mode arrière-tâche (caché) ou mode «application visible»: SoLo peut fonctionner en deux modes différents :

SoLo can work in two different modes.
Visible: open application and just place calls
Hidden: application works in background

In both cases, with “Intercept all calls”, SoLo allows to call from any application like original interface of mobiles, e-mail, SMS, Google maps,... and provides service messages when needed.

Battery saving:

SoLo does not affect your battery capacity. SoLo mobile client does not need a permanent IP connection with SoBox. SoLo mobile client can control mobile phones locally, without SoBox connection. A special process has been developed to keep battery usage as low as possible. In callback mode, where data connection is used, only 400 octets are sent and then the connection is automatically cut.

Voice quality:

One of the main benefits of SoLo is the capability to split voice and data signalling. Voice uses traditional mobile voice channels. Users have exactly the same quality and capability (like roaming between antennas, countries,…); the quality users are already used to without any changes. 

Automatic mode switching:

SoLo recognizes your location and switches automatically from Home Mode to Roaming Mode

Automatic call-back:

The call-back mechanism is very easy and as simple for a user as a normal call from mobile. User simply places the call as he/she usually does, by using visible or background SoLo modes. The call-back is fully automatic, without any other action from the user. He/she just places the call. SoLo makes all actions in hidden mode: asks for call-back, receives and answers call-back call, places destination call and connects user to destination.

 

*Please refer to separate Matrix file to understand >>:

Which features are available for different mobile OSs (Operating system), like BlackBerry, Symbian (Nokia), Android,…

 

 

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