Cisco completes Orative acquisition

Cisco says it has completed the acquisition of San Jose-based Orative, which makes an application that allows Cisco to bring its Unified Communications portfolio to mobile devices. The offering allows mobile users to "coordinate conversations, collaborate with colleagues, view information on Unity voicemail messages, screen unwanted telephone calls and interruptions and securely access personal and corporate phone books." The platform will make use of "Cisco Unified CallManager for call control, Cisco MeetingPlace for collaboration and Cisco Unity as the voicemail platform."

For more on the Cisco acquisition of Orative:
- check out this article from Wireless Workforce

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