RESTON, Va., May 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Demonstrating its commitment to the healthcare industry, Siemens Enterprise Communications today announced that Amcom Software has been certified on its OpenScape Voice platform, allowing healthcare enterprises to easily leverage Amcom console platforms with the OpenScape portfolio for next-generation clinical communications. For more than 20 years, Amcom Software and Siemens Enterprise Communications have continued to innovate and interoperate to provide high-quality communications solutions for healthcare organizations. With this latest certification, the companies together give joint customers the opportunity to move from restricted, facility-based legacy phone systems to more advanced architectures such as a data center or private cloud model. "We are pleased to be certified on the Siemens Enterprise Communications OpenScape Voice platform," said Greg Stinson, Chief Technology Officer, Amcom Software. "We have worked closely with our strategic partners at Siemens Enterprise Communications, and together we are committed to delivering advanced solutions. Today more than 200 hospitals rely on Siemens Enterprise Communications and Amcom for critical communications solutions that help them improve patient care, staff satisfaction and overall efficiency." "Our long-term partnership with Amcom Software has allowed us to serve our many mutual customers in the healthcare industry with the very latest in communications technology, in many cases helping the same companies together throughout our partnership to date," said Bob Zemke, Senior Consultant, Healthcare Solutions, Siemens Enterprise Communications. "Siemens Enterprise Communications is committed to providing healthcare organizations with secure, reliable and scalable voice and unified communications solutions that help our customers improve patient care and clinician communications." OpenScape Voice is a carrier-grade, SIP-based platform that offers comprehensive voice features across the IP network, ideal for organizations looking to adopt a full SIP-based VoIP solution in the data center and leverage unified communications and one-number service for clinicians. It seamlessly integrates with existing data center infrastructure and provides the scalability, resiliency and application integration that healthcare organizations require.