has released its new Office Basic License edition, which has been developed for small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs).
This new IP PBX (News
) offers advanced features found in more expensive systems and complements the pbxnsip Office Pro and Pro Plus licenses for businesses seeking a complete and scalable solution.
This entry level IP PBX is designed with the current ecnomic crisis in mind and gives SMBs an affordable alternative for deploying a VoIP phone system.
“The Office Basic license is jam packed with features, we feel that this will appeal to the companies looking for an IP based telephone system without stretching budgets,” said Kevin Moroz, COO at pbxnsip (News
), in a release.
Jonathan Greenwood, of pbxnsip Europe, said the company’s product range is lead by customer demand, and the company works to satisfy the needs of the market and its partners.
Greenwood said that the Office Basic product has been implemented to address the needs of the channel partners in order to take pbxnsip into the SMB arena, adding “We feel that this is only the start in a whole host of strategic planning that we have to attack the market in 2009.”
Some of the features of the Office Basic edition features include auto attendant, hunt groups, voicemail, voicemail to email, hot desking, call forking, pbxnsip attendant console, cell phone integration, plug and play, security and advance routing.
When combined with Upgrade Protection and resilience, Office Basic license is a solution for any company looking for an IP PBX, with the ability to scale in the future if required, according to officials.
pbxnsip is a maker of SIP-based private branch exchange (PBX) telephone systems. The pbxnsip PBX is used to put the components from different vendors together in an enterprise communication system.
Earlier in February, company announced
it has extended its interoperability partnership with VegaStream in an effort to extend the reach and usefulness of each company’s respective products.