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There comes a time when it just costs more to operate old technology than it is really worth, and that time is nigh for your old legacy phone system.

With the old-school phone systems, every time you want to add a new line it involves a costly wiring to make it happen. If your business reaches the point where you need to add a new feature to your phone system, then it requires a complete overhaul/replacement of the switch/server, which is a big job that is going to disrupt your workflow. Then when it’s finally done it isn’t going to be done for long, because as technology advances, the need to integrate your office phone system with your mobile devices, grows significantly.

Spend.

Spend.

Spend.

That’s the way things used to be done.

Now with Hosted PBX/VoIP phone systems your phone system can be as flexible and dynamic as your thriving business and its employees.

Adding new employees?

No problem.

Has technology changed?

No problem. This software-based infrastructure makes upgrading to keep up with the times a painless experience when compared with the old way of doing things.

New PBX and VoIP phone systems are designed for flexibility and scalability across the board.

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You can add to it. Take away from it. Upgrade it. And you can even make it mobile friendly by installing the app on practically any mobile device so you can make and take business calls from anywhere.

There really isn’t a downside to using this modern phone technology.

What’s that? You think you have a downside in mind?

Betcha it’s one of these….

Frequently Asked Questions About VoIP

What is PBX and VoIP?

Hosted PBX is the modern version of the traditional telephone closet. The new hosted, or “Cloud” model puts the brains of your phone closet into professionally maintained data cetners, helping businesses like yours to transform their communications and improve productivity – without the need to purchase expensive, complex, depreciating phone system software and hardware. Your service providers manage and monitor your system 24×7, allowing you to focus on work.

VoIP refers to phone services that are accessible through a high quality broadband connection. VoIP is typically more cost effective and scalable than traditional alternatives. With both hosted PBX and VoIP, you and your team can work from the office, home, or on the road, or through your smartphone, all while using your company’s communications solution to help maintain and uplift your image and brand.

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What happens if I lose my internet connection?

All cloud-based applications rely on internet connectivity, but with a hosted PBX solution , when you lose your broadband connection your communication infrastructure remains available. In other words, your internet connection is no longer a single point of failure. When your PBX (PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange and dates back to the days of switchboard operators and refers to an organization’s telephone exchange) resides in the cloud, you’re provided with a plethora of call routing options. For example, our cloud-based PBX includes features like find-me-follow-me, voicemail to email, and all calls have the ability to be automatically forwarded and routed to virtually any person, device, or location. Plus, we’ll architect a redundant broadband solution with multiple seamless internet connections, cutting your costs.

Hosted telephony isn’t reliable enough for my business.

What experiences led you to this conclusion?

When implemented properly, a hosted PBX (meaning the VoIP and PBX are hosted at an off-site location from where the VoIP is being used) solution is more reliable than a premise-based solution, as it can scale to meet your business’s evolving needs, and provides the benefits that traditional phone systems cannot match. Hosted PBX also reduces the capital expenditure of a new phone system, safeguarding it against technological obsolescence, broadband failures and natural disasters.

With the economy in the shape it is, is spending money on a new phone system worth the added expense?

A hosted PBX solution doesn’t require large, upfront investments like a traditional phone system. Switching to a hosted PBX will reduce your operator costs upfront and over time. That means your expenses are actually reduced. Our platform is continually updated to provide your business with new, enhanced capabilities and features – ensuring your business is on the cutting edge and up-to-date.

Is hosted PBX as feature rich as traditional PBX systems?

Yes, our cloud-based phone system include features most organizations couldn’t afford with their existing phone system. You now have the ability to manage these great features via our easy to use web interface, with no expertise needed. You’ll be able to access carrier-class scalability, and API-extensile apps such as Salesforce.com or Outlook, providing you with a simple solution for all your communication needs.

Which carrier does the platform use?

The benefit of our cloud-based PBX platform is that you’ll never have to deal with a traditional, long distance carrier again. We manage all carrier connectivity in the cloud, with cross-connects directly ot the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Our platform includes connectivity to multiple carriers for redundancy purposes, so no single carrier issue with impact your business. Our carriers are chosen and maintain favor with us based on their reliability and costs.

Was your question, or concern, not one of these?

We’ll gladly answer it for you. Let’s hear it. We might even add your question to the list.

Upon submitting the form below, you will be taken to a PDF of our brochure chock full o’ details about this service. Please save it and look it over. It’s called “It Shouldn’t Cost a Fortune to Reach Out and Touch Someone.” (Don’t be throwing shade our way for alluding to an ancient telephone ad campaign in our literature, because chances are, you’re current phone system is almost as old and out of touch as our reference.)

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