Aspect today announced the Ask a CFO program to take on Avaya, Cisco, Genesys and Interactive Intelligence.
As per the Ask a CFO program, the company offers special pricing on both Unified IP 7.3 delivered via Aspect Hosted and Aspect’s Software-as-a-Service full cloud contact center solution, Zipwire.
Aspect is offering up to a 35 percent year-one discount on Zipwire’s per-seat pricing and up to a 25 percent discount in years two and three.
The company is also offering inbound and outbound voice services that can reduce contact center telecom costs by 50 percent.
As per the special pricing for Aspect Hosted plan, the company is offering up to a 40 percent year-one discount on hosting of core Unified IP 7.3 licenses and up to a 30 percent discount in years two and three.
Minimum of 250 seats for contact centers larger than 250 concurrent seats is required, said Aspect in a statement.
Ask a CFO program aims at system displacements of Aspect’s primary competitors such as Avaya, Cisco, Genesys, Interactive Intelligence
“The economic promise of OPEX-based cloud deployments is often difficult to quantify, but good corporate governance requires a business case that justifies the decision to adopt cloud solutions,” said Bob Krakauer, executive vice president and chief financial officer, Aspect.
Ask a CFO is designed to ease ACD migration to a modern customer engagement center in the cloud so customers can accelerate time to value, adopt the latest technologies and position organizations for long-term success.
The Ask a CFO promotional offers require a three-year contract term commitment and are valid for customers who are migrating from a competitive legacy ACD from Avaya, Cisco, Genesys, Interactive Intelligence or other qualifying on-premises systems.
Offers are only good for the first 50 signed deals OR through March 31, 2015 and in the countries where Zipwire and Aspect Hosted are sold. Ask a CFO offers are available in North America, EMEA and Latin America.