Saturday, October 30, 2010

Outweigh The Costs Of Replacing Your Old Telephone System To Voip.

The new revolution has come and it is here to stay. Now, that’s a bold statement, but it is true. Companies can no longer grow to customers’ expectations without the need to digitize their communication channels. Many companies still use the old telephone systems where the lack of expansion can frustrate even the calmest of people, but a lot are looking for solutions for the future. A Voice-Over-IP (VoIP) system can extend to boundless opportunities. Anything from taking the telephone with you in a different office, country and even continent without any technical know-how, makes this one of the major advancements that the Internet has realized. No longer do you need to be stuck to an office if expecting an important call, the call can be forwarded, integrated with a cell phone and even emailed to you. Because the whole communication is digitized, this communication can be manipulated into all sorts of objectives, including running an auto-attendant which would forward your calls to a different location no matter where that location is.

Many business phone systems require this setup and although until recently companies had to spend fortunes on developing these complicated systems over traditional analogous telephone lines, it is no longer viable or cost-effective to deploy such systems. The deployment alone is usually more expensive than a whole year’s supply of a similar system but deployed using VoIP technology. Although VoIP has a few setbacks such as if the internet connection and power going out, the telephone system will be offline as well. But as always, there are solutions, uninterrupted power supplies can keep the system up and running, but how efficient can a company really be running in the dark?

The many advancements has made VoIP technology the current and better version of the old telephone systems, which are now be retired.

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