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As a part of our expanding complementary mobility product portfolio, Wavelink recently signed an agreement with New Voice to distribute MobiCall.

In a world of disparate systems, MobiCall is a centralised software platform that enables the unified integration of an organisation’s entire communications system. It can detect all alarms and events, facilitating an efficient and pre-determined reaction to any circumstance.

We invite you to join Wavelink and New Voice as we explain how to harness MobiCall as the platform for workplace innovation, reducing operating costs and risk, enabling new ways of working, and accelerating growth.

Join the webinar at 10:00 am on Thursday 12 October and embrace unified communication. 

Register today!


Alicia Schottler, national mobility channel manager, Wavelink

Alicia Schottler is Wavelink’s National Mobility Channel Manager, focusing on enabling Wavelink resellers to successfully sell and support mobility solutions. Based in Melbourne, Alicia has been with Wavelink for nearly 8 years and has more than 14 years of experience in mobility and telecommunications from a diverse range of industries and organisations.


Guest speakers:

Gavin Dickie, Director, New Voice Australia, a division of New Voice (Asia Pacific and Africa) 

Gavin has been the Managing Director of New Voice Australia for the past 11 years and is responsible for providing all sales and technical support to resellers selling and supporting MobiCall. He is based in Brisbane and has more than 30 years’ experience in the ICT industry.

William Foong, National Mobility Enablement Manager, Wavelink 

With over 15 years of IT experience, William is a seasoned healthcare ICT systems engineer who has successfully deployed and supported notable projects like the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre and St Vincent’s Health Australia. His wide-ranging expertise covers systems integration, clinical messaging, real-time locatin systems (RTLS), nurse call systems, and high-availability setups. William holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer systems engineering from Monash University and a master’s degree in network engineering from RMIT. William delivers technical training to Connected Health’s customers and channel partners, ensuring they harness technology efficiently.