Businesses today are more and more attracted to VoIP phone systems as it promises savings of 20-30 percent on their phone bill – an especially significant amount in the tough economy, where every dollar counts.
A VendorGuru.com article, "Seven Reasons VoIP Business Service Is Ideally Suited for Big Business," authored by Richard Barrington, who has worked over twenty years as an investment industry executive, says that VoIP business service is especially attractive to large organizations that want to capitalize on this service's numerous cost-saving options including the ability to neutralize the telephone expenses that result due to communicating across multiple locations in a growing organization.
Also, MNCs find this service especially beneficial as it helps eliminate the added cost of making calls to different countries and VoIP office phone systems make it easy to coordinate voice communications through email as well as video.
As businesses change the amount of employees and users to its phone system, VoIP also makes it easy to integrate equipment and add or subtract users as needed. This means businesses don’t have to install or allocate specific equipment for each user.
VoIP phone systems are also beneficial to larger businesses as it can help expand their footprint internationally with local phone numbers in new market, that are automatically fed into the centralized system.
Barrington noted that organizations that want to switch to a VoIP business phone system have to decide whether to install or maintain their own private branch exchange (PBX (News - Alert)) or use a hosted PBX phone system.
Today, businesses have a number of experienced VoIP office phone providers to choose from and after careful evaluation together with VendorGuru.com, can pick the provider best fit to meet their needs.
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Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi