1/12/2020 VoIP and IP telephony has become the communications system of choice
for both small and large businesses. A hosted business VoIP service is ideal
for just about all business, being much more affordable and feature rich than
traditional telephone service. A hosted VoIP service allows even the smallest
business to have a big business
presence with a communications system that has robust features at an affordable price.
With big upfront savings and monthly plans that can accommodate almost any budget hosted business VoIP services are one of the first choices for most small businesses.
Hosted VoIP Providers, also known as Voice Cloud Service, offer
support and guidance which many small organizations cannot afford on their
own. With an off premise or cloud based phone solution there
is no need for server deployment, configuration or maintenance and the risk
associated with a new installation. The provider has done all those
requirements and takes care of the features, functionality and upgrades that
may be required. They will offer support for their customers helping
them with configuration issues, troubleshooting and installation.
Although an Asterisk based VoIP PBX solution may be the answer for those that want total control and self management of their phone system, the ease of deployment and help with configuration from the provider of a hosted solution should make it the first choice in small companies that lack the IT professionals for more complex installations.
Business VoIP or an Internet Business Phone Cloud Based System (or a
hosted PBX system) is a phone system where the provider houses most of the
equipment and handles the technological needs and resources which the phone
system requires to operate. The provider usually handles the
support for the service eliminating the need for an in-house phone tech,
further reducing overhead. Customers contract for their PBX phone
services and forgo most of the expenses for PBX equipment.
IP phones, such as Polycom or Yealink phones, are usually the main hardware purchase for the customer. They connect through an Internet connection (router) using VoIP technology to the hosting company's servers, which then handle the phone calls, extension dialing and other advanced calling features that a business requires using Asterisk PBX software.
Does your company have an existing in house phone system that needs to be replaced? Then you might want to read out business phone tutorials to better understand your choices. Start by understanding the different types of services, traditional business lines vs. VoIP. Then learn about existing business phone systems that allow for both VoIP and a couple or traditional lines.
2020 will find more businesses moving services and apps to the cloud. Many will move their phone service as well. Placing voice services in the cloud just makes good sense.
Take a minute and complete a few questions using the link above to get a quote on business VoIP service. Cloud based business phone service offers many advantages over traditional older phone service, including the ability to quickly and easily add or remove services like the number of lines, extensions and phone numbers.