With hosted PBX (News - Alert) and VoIP systems fast becoming the telephony choice of all types of businesses, Vancouver-based computer consultancy firm, Opentek.ca has decided to embark on a hosted PBX service business. The company has come up with a hosted, customizable, cloud-based PBX system that can be an efficient and cost effective alternative to traditional PBX system.
Under a monthly plan, Opentek.ca offers to host the customers’ entire telephony system on their secure servers.
VoIP telephony systems come with countless benefits. To begin with: they are devoid of costly setup or support expenses. Companies do not require investment in expensive hardware. There are no costly upgrade or maintenance costs. Hosted PBX and VOIP applications create the highest levels of redundancy. PBX features can be added at any time without replacing hardware to introduce greater calling features. No wonder increasing number of reputable companies are opting for VoIP services.
The growing companies find VoIP based systems beneficial for their customized calling features, which cannot be obtained from the traditional PBX system. In a press release, Opentek.ca claims that its VoIP service has unlimited possibilities when it comes to features. The company’s IT consulting team can program the features, which are required by the client and that is within a couple of days. Based on clients’ needs, the company can create custom programs that plug into our PBX system such as fax-to-email and email-to-fax, the company further clarified.
As such Opentek.ca can deliver the best possible solution for their clients at the best possible price. Unlike majority of the vendors that offer their customers only their own hardware and services, Opentek strives to provide a truly customized telephone system, unmatched in terms of reliability, uptime and redundancy.
“VOIP is really the way to go, simply because traditional telephone systems don’t match up. The multiple internet services attached to our hosted PBX increase reliability so that if one service goes down, your phones don’t. Customers can even get reporting features, with custom printable reports which are stored in a database,” said Opentek.ca’s Bill White.
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Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli