Chrome Users!

The latest Chrome update (version 84) disabled/deprecated TLS version 1. FOP2 version 2.31.27 or older won't work with Chrome 84 via HTTPS. You must upgrade FOP2 to at least version 2.31.28 to get it working over HTTPS with latests versions of Chrome. You can upgrade FOP2 with one command. If your license is older than a year, you should purchase the annual software maintenance for the upgrade to work.

Upgrade Instructions Purchase Annual Maintenance

Screencasts

Here is a list of screencasts to showcase some of FOP2 features. Expand them to full screen for a better experience.


Basic User Interface


Queue Management Options


Speech Recognition Demo


Idle Timer Plugin Demo


Utilizando FOP2 en un Contact Center (webinar in spanish)

Utilizando FOP2 en un Contact Center from Elastix Training on Vimeo.


Simple Wallboard Plugin Demo




What people say

Show out to Nicolas @asternic for a quick and painless fix for my #FOP2 #FreePBX server this morning. Support like that is rare these days!
Nick Overstreet
As an IT consultant who implements software on a daily basis that is riddled with bugs and defects, yours is a refreshing reminder that software can still be well-written.
Loren Campbell
I wanted to commend you not only on the software you guys have written, which is amazing, but also on the continued support and willingness to answer questions.
Jonathan Hayes
Just wanted to tell you: your FOP2 panel software is impeccable. Very NICELY done.
Eric Mutter
I've already shown this to a couple of customers and those that have seen it are very excited. So, well done!
Bruce Komito
Wow, this is the best support experience I have ever had.
Ken Leland
We provide hosted PBX service based on the Asterisk PBX. We have looked at several queue management systems over the last few weeks and elected to give FOP2 a second look. We purchased beta 2.2 on Saturday, deployed with a few minor tweaks on Sunday and were impressing customers on Monday. We tested on IE, Firefox, Safari and Mango using WinXP, Vista, Win7 and Snow Leopard on a 200 extension installation with around 50 queues. The results were consistently flawless.
Dennis Smith
www.vylmedia.com