Poly has introduced a new series of Microsoft Teams-enabled Bluetooth headsets designed to help remote and office workers stay connected.
The Voyager 4245 Office is now one of Poly’s 15 Microsoft Teams-certified headsets and personal speakerphone devices. The device joins several others in the Voyager series available today and with Teams-certified version available in May.
According to Poly the Voyager 4245 is designed for intensive phone users can can instantly invoke Teams to provide a seamless experience. It comes with a swappable battery, three-way connectivity and a version with a dedicated Teams button.
It can connect to desk phones, PCs, and mobile phones and can be worn on the ear, behind the head or over the head. It will become available in standard and Teams versions in May.
Four other Bluetooth headsets — Voyager 4200 Office and UC Series, Voyager 5200 Office and UC Series, Voyager 6200 UC and Voyager 8200 UC – are available today, with Teams-certified versions coming in May.
In a press release, Poly cited Teams’ 44 million active daily users and a recent survey that found 64% of organizations use Teams, with another 32 percent planning to deploy it in the next two years.
In a statement, Christine Roberts, senior vice president and general manager of enterprise headsets at Poly said intelligible voice communication is critical in business.
“Poly’s high-quality audio integrated with Microsoft Teams enhances our ability to effortlessly communicate with our colleagues and customers around the world,” Roberts said. “The Voyager 4245 Office joins our comprehensive Teams-certified portfolio as part of our long-lasting partnership with Microsoft to enable user productivity from anywhere.”
Poly also highlighted its speakerphone devices and corded Teams-certified options, like the Blackwire 3300 Series, Calisto 3200 and Calisto 5300.