While cost savings are important for businesses of all sizes, the larger enterprise can find specific benefit in the ability to "capitalize on cost-savings" when it comes to a VoIP phone system.
A new VendorGuru.com article, "Seven Reasons VoIP Business Service Is Ideally Suited for Big Business," notes reasons VoIP phone Systems are beneficial to the large enterprise. Chief among these reasons is volume. Choosing a VoIP phone system can mean telephony expenses are cut drastically—translating to a more appealing bottom line.
Next, a VoIP phone system provides the large enterprise with the ability to have communications between multi-site operations, without creating huge costs for the company. Even for those companies with multi national offices, a VoIP phone system takes away any added or expensive costs once standard with traditional landline phone systems.
The next important factor highlighted in the article is "Signal Complexity." VoIP phone systems make it easy to communicate through email as well as video. Also, the phone system is flexible and makes it possible to add and remove users quickly and easily and with out the need for specific equipment.
A VoIP phone system is also beneficial to the larger enterprise looking to expand into more markets by providing local numbers that work within the system as well as offering the ability for users to have one phone number that switches among multiple devices like cell phones, home and branch offices.
While these benefits can provide the large enterprise with costs savings and an improved bottom line, the company is still tasked with choosing a VoIP phone system implementation that makes sense for their specific usage and needs. The choice lay between installing and maintaining a PBX (News - Alert) or using a Hosted PBX solution. To find out more about what a company needs, VendorGuru.com offers companies a way to match their needs with offerings from a number of providers.
For more, check out the Phone Systems channel on TMCnet.
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