Phone systems play an integral role in today's business world as communications have become more constant and necessary.
Through the use of VoIP
technology, these phone systems offer benefit beyond communication capabilities for businesses to also include reduced total cost of ownership, increased productivity and flexibility.
With VoIP phone systems, businesses have a single unified network for their voice and data communications. Not only is this infrastructure cheaper and easier to maintain, it also offers greater flexibility and advanced functionality for users.
A new VendorGuru.com white paper, "The Benefits of Business VoIP," describes in further detail the ways VoIP technology is helping businesses to move into the future of business communications.
For business users, VoIP technology makes it possible to remain connected to the office via the Internet, regardless of where they are physically located. This means working from home, abroad, or while on the go.
For businesses, choosing a VoIP phone system also means a cut in telecommunications costs since there is no initial investment in PBX
or other equipment needed. Also, because calls travel over a broadband connection rather than the PSTN, monthly phone bills are reduced.
For a closer look at these, and the number of other benefits provided by a business VoIP phone system, check out the VendorGuru.com article HERE.
Also, be sure to check out the Phone Systems channel on TMCnet.
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