Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is one of the most revolutionary technologies in the communications world. Applications of VoIP are endless and they range from the simple Internet calling to sophisticated technologies like IP PBX (News - Alert), VoIP call center, conferencing and more.
The concept of VoIP call center or cloud call center emerged as businesses sought more convenient ways of communicating with customers. The Great Recession also paved way for the flourishing of such technologies as they helped businesses reduce the cost and complexity associated with managing an on-premise call center.
IP paging is another application of VoIP and it simplifies the process of broadcasting messages across the entire organization. The technology is ideal for schools, medical offices, car dealerships, or manufacturers that need to quickly and effectively alert an entire team or, even a small group.
VoIP Supply, a supplier of VoIP equipment and solutions in North America, has just announced the release of a new IP Paging Buyers Guide. The guide intends to educate users on the benefits of IP paging and help them select the most suitable IP paging provider for their business.
This is the ninth guide to be released from the company's “Learn More” series of educational guides to VoIP equipment.
IP paging system is obviously more beneficial than the traditional wired, analog systems as it allows users to eliminate the need for a separate voice and data networks. IP Paging also includes IP Clocks, IP digital signage boards, and IP Speakers which really unify your message.
The new IP Paging Buyers Guide is now available for download from VoIP Supply.
“When consumers hear about new technology, they may think there's a fit for it in their organization but, they don't know for sure," said Garrett Smith (News - Alert), chief marketing officer at VoIP Supply, in a statement. "There's a need for educational resources on topics like IP paging that help explain how the technology fits into a consumer's existing informational network.”
Edited by Ashley Caputo