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VoIP Phone Systems
Business communication is a vital component of IT. When your customers call, it’s important that your business phone system is equipped to do it’s job.
Business VoIP Phone Systems
Don’t you think it’s time to join the ever-growing numbers of companies taking advantage of the newest technology available for their phone systems?
VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a way to carry phone calls over an IP data network. It first became available at the beginning of the last decade, but has mostly been embraced since 2008. This gives customers the ability to communicate voice and data through their existing network infrastructure.
Being able to eliminate current analog phone lines can cut costs and give customers the one point of contact for their communications that most everyone appreciates.
Security is also enhanced and it gives companies more control over their communication quality than if they were relying on an outside phone service provider.
Contact us to learn more about how we integrate all of the features of VoIP phone systems to give you seamless communications more reliably, with complete redundancy to eliminate downtime.
In most cases, customers with analog technology or older VoIP systems can actually upgrade to our unique VoIP system from Zultys and see either immediate cost savings or a return on their investment in less than a year!
FAQs about Business VoIP Phone Systems
What is VoIP and how does it work?
VoIP stands for Voice over IP. It provides phone access using your internet connection. VoIP provides you with many more features than traditional phone systems at a lower cost.
Businesses can see a cost savings of up to 70% when switching to VoIP. VoIP and cloud-based phone systems include many convenient features that improve customer service and boost productivity.
What kind of features does a VoIP system offer?
- Redundancy and disaster recovery
- Integration with CRMs and other business software
- Integrated voicemail
- Online faxing
- On-hold music and messaging
- Call recording
- Voicemail to email
- and much more
How is the VoIP call quality?
The call quality depends on the speed and reliability of your internet connection.
Typically, you will experience an improvement in call quality compared to traditional landlines. Since landlines don’t have as much bandwidth, you can get muffled or fuzzy calls. VoIP provides HD voice technology which gives you a clearer call.
If I lose power, will I still be able to make and receive phone calls with a VoIP phone system?
If your VoIP phone system, network devices and phones are connected to a backup power source and your internet connection is still available, you will be able to make ane receive phone calls.
In the event of a power outage, you can also set up your system to forward calls to a cellphone or a voicemail box.