In North America it is illegal to use any commercial music (radio stations, compact disc, satellite radio, etc.) as your on-hold music source without an appropriate license.
All of our iProMOH come pre-loaded with a four (4) minute clip of royalty free music to ensure compliance with broadcast laws. Ensure that any additional content is licensed for
your intended use.
The four major music licensing organizations in North America are: Socan, ASCAP, BMI & SESAC.
For more information visit the following web sites:
A cost effective messaging system targeted to small and medium business. With all the great features of the XMU+ but in a cost effective small form factor. With a friendly
Windows-based software interface and secure remote management options through TCP/IP, modem, and dial-up, SBX2 offers superior agility and ease-of-use to businesses seeking a
versatile but simple messaging solution.
Automate and standardize frequently played announcements.
Accommodate diverse communities with multi-language messaging.
Broadcast and modify recorded announcements in real-time during emergencies with disaster recovery tools.
Broadcast messages from multiple peripherals into any environment.
Create playlists that will broadcast on a specific day and time.
Provide customers instructions if the voicemail system goes down.
Entertain and inform customers while on hold.
See the Solutions tab for many applications for the SBX/SBX2.
Interalia has developed these quick training tutorials to aid our customers in realizing the maximum benefit of their SBX and XMU+ messaging systems.
These tutorials refer to the SBX but are also applicable to the XMU+. You will need two files for each tutorial: a PDF and a zipped XMP file.
The PDF contains information about the contents of the tutorial. The XMP file contains a sample SBX/XMU+ configuration that corresponds to the PDF document. To run the
configuration file, you must first unzip the XMP file and use XMUCOM+ to upload the unzipped files to the SBX or the XMU+.