Kerio Operator is based on Asterisk and is configured completely through an easy-to-use web browser interface.
Even better, you can remotely monitor the Kerio Operator server via SNMP to retrieve information about server utilization and performance, thus having a comprehensive live overview of the phone system status.
For increased productivity, Kerio Operator can be integrated with CRM systems using AMI (Asterisk Manager Interface). Thus, the CRM system can identify the caller based on phone number and display existing information stored in the system. It allows initiating calls directly from the CRM system or a desktop dialer, updating call notes, monitoring call statuses or viewing call history.
Visit the Kerio Knowledge Base and see how to connect Kerio Operator with other applications.
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Kerio APIs Client Library for PHP 1.4
Source Class, Documentation, Examples, Sample Applications
VMware Virtual Appliance
Based on Debian GNU/Linux, default root password: kerio
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The Kerio API is built on solid foundations of JSON-RPC, whose advantages include easy-of-use code readability and wide support among different programming languages and publicly available libraries. For full JSON-RPC 2.0 specifications, click here.
You can also use the Kerio APIs Client Library for PHP for easy integration into your scripts and applications.