You want your business phone system to provide easy access for anyone needing your business services. The telephone is still the most trusted resource to quickly communicate important information to your customers and coworkers. It remains one of the easiest ways for your clients and business associates to quickly reach the right person.
Whether you’re looking for a 4 line phone system or a 200 line small business phone system, a small business phone system is an important investment for your business. There are a number of factors that your business will need to consider. Cost is certainly at the forefront of your purchasing decision. However, clarity of the phone calls, phone system options and professional support are very important too. But getting the best value is what you really want; getting an exceptional price, getting the most needed capabilities and getting great customer service. If you would like us to walk you through it start to finish, CLICK HERE.
Multi-line Phone Systems
Like many businesses you started out with a phone line or two, caller ID, call waiting and voicemail to answer your line when it is busy. Your needs have grown and you’ve decided to look for increased capabilities. Multi-line phone systems contain the standard features you need to do well in today’s business climate. Multi line phone systems typically add DID, night attendant, call transfer, call forwarding and the ability to add additional phone lines when you need them without too much trouble or expense.
Basically there are three main types of multi-line phone systems, PBX business phone systems, Key business phone systems and KSU-less business phone systems. When you are choosing a multi-line phone system for your business, research all the options and features that are available. Look at each business phone system, and determine which best meets your business needs. We can help you process this and choose wisely, CLICK HERE.
PBX Phone Systems
PBX stands for “Private Branch Exchange”. A PBX phone system provides dial tone to multiple phones in your office using a fewer number of telephone service lines. This is a “one-to-many” model, as opposed to having an individual service line, “one-to-one”, for each and every phone. It works on the assumption that in any office there are only a percentage of phones being used at any one time. Everyone shares service lines and there are fewer service lines than phone handsets. Your advantage is simple, going with a PBX telephone system requires fewer phone service lines (channels, bandwidth) and that saves you money. The PBX phone system manages the whole process. A business PBX phone system can effectively manage and handle all your calls at a much lower price. The potential impact of a new PBX phone system is measurable, CLICK HERE.
VoIP Phone Systems
Voice over IP (VoIP) is the most important business phone system offering of the last decade. VoIP is a digital phone system that leverages Internet-based communications. VoIP phone systems converge voice, data and networking. VoIP phone systems provide enhanced Computer Telephone Integration. With VoIP phone systems, employees can make and receive calls in remotely over the Internet, giving them virtual office connectivity. Todays VoIP phone systems are affordable for all businesses of all sizes. Check it out!
VoIP phone systems have moved communication away from plain old telephone technology to Internet based communications (IP). Here are two of the key benefits you will experience when moving to a VoIP phone system:
- Decreased communication costs. Although cost savings may vary from one company to another, the average business organization using a VoIP phone system cut communication costs by a whopping 30%.
- VoIP phone systems merge phone communications with email, fax, web conferencing and video.
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PBX Phone Systems vs. VoiP Phone Systems
PBX phone systems are slowly losing market share to VoIP phone systems. VoIP phone systems allow you to connect to multiple network applications. VoIP phone systems allow you to integrate computers and mobile devices with your phone system. However, a PBX phone system is a great bargain and a reliable telephone system solution for any business. The path is often clear, we can show you that path. CLICK HERE.
The gold-mine: Unified Communications
It all starts with a VoIP phone system or a hosted VoIP phone system. Unified Communications is an all-in-one communication network solution. UC integrates your phone system, voice mail, email, video conferencing, and instant messaging – on the same end to end network. All communication applications and devices work together. Before you pick up a phone or start to type a message, you know who is available and how best to reach them — on which device – wired or wireless, anywhere, anytime, creating a consistent, rich communications experience. It’s easier for you to communicate and stay connected with the people you need to network with.
When you deploy UC you will get voicemail to email and fax to email. You will have the same secure access to your communication network on your remote computer and mobile device when your out of the office. A Unified Communication system adds new features to your desktop applications, like presence indicators. Desktop call control lets you access phone features on your computer. Click to dial a number from your contact list. Arm your business team for the ultimate success, CLICK HERE.