There’s a lot to be said about communications in general today, but one thing is for certain: we no longer have to worry about exorbitant bills or surprise charges. We can thank IP communications for that, and with VoIP and hosted VoIP technologies, businesses don’t have to worry about reaching out and getting in touch with each other; effective communications are a simple, tangible reality.
That’s the gist of what TelecomReseller had to say on the VoIP/hosted VoIP market in general. Aside from being super cost-effective, these technologies have afforded businesses the ease of being able to get in touch, whether it’s via mobile platforms or others, leading to an expanded customer base and the ability to market on a global level.
The biggest attraction to VoIP has been its cost effectiveness. Because VoIP services are nearly always cheaper than a service contract with the Big Phone (News - Alert) Company, it means more money on the bottom line.
Integration is another feature of VoIP, which has made it attractive to businesses and helped shaped the day-to-day processes of businesses. Smooth integration with email programs, or with other applications allows users to do more things in more ways than before.
The mobile workforce can stay connected to their home offices, making it seem as if they never left their physical desks. Messaging has become more efficient, and portability has never been easier. It’s easy to make extended international or interstate calls without incurring huge call costs. Sharing files, keeping track of large client lists, accessing call information and history – these are much simpler than they used to be.
VoIP has not only changed the way that companies communicate by making it cheaper, more comprehensive, and more inclusive, it’s made it easier to have an expanded presence, regardless of location.
The demand for affordable, feature-rich IP phone systems will continue to increase as the small business looks to streamline communications, improve collaboration, and support mobility, all while saving a buck. It’s a win-win situation for businesses of all sizes.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson