Hosted VoIP Calls Save Money: No expensive BT landlines are required, nor is any expensive hardware, on-site PBX systems, or specialist engineers. Most businesses will see a significant reduction in cost (with around a 40% reduction in internal calls) as a result of using hosted VOIP solutions, and it’s also inexpensive to install. This means that there are great savings to be had from the installation to the running costs, saving your business money in both the short and long term.
Accessibility and Flexibility: Using VoIP hosting means you are much less likely to miss calls due to the reliability of the system. It is also available 24/7 on any device you use whether that’s a laptop, tablet/ iPad, or PC, meaning that you aren’t stuck with a docked telephone to make or receive calls. This increased flexibility means your business is always available, which will help boost brand exposure and brand reputation in the eyes of your clients and customers. A VoIP system is also extremely effective for distributed offices, or even a remote workforce, as everyone can have a VOIP extension on the same system, using an array of different devices.
Quick and Easy to Install: VoIP equipment is not only incredibly versatile and high quality, but it is also quick and easy to install. So quick in fact, that your provider can usually have you set up and completely ready to go in a matter of days, with little to no disruption to your business operations.
HD Voice Quality: Voice quality is often an issue within traditional business phone lines, but not with VoIP. If you want crystal clear calls with high-definition sound quality that either matches, or beats, your current business telephone system, then VOIP is the phone system for you.
Scalable: VoIP also allows you to grow with your business. As your business expands, your business phone system can also do so in an incredibly efficient and stress-free way. You just need additional handsets and extensions, and the rest is taken care of. The flexible and reliable nature of VoIP systems means that they can be expanded to suit your growth requirements, meaning your phone lines won’t be left behind if your business grows.
Minimal Hardware Required: Unlike traditional phone systems, with VoIP, all you need is cabling, a router, managed Network Telecom connectivity, and HD quality handsets. These are all easy to pick up and we can guide you through the full process with the VoIP solutions we administer to our customers and clients. We work with you to provide a bespoke VoIP system to handle anything you can throw at it, and one that matches the requirements and workload of your operations.
Disaster Preparation: Naturally, unforeseen problems can always occur, and this is the same for VoIP systems, albeit much rarer than with traditional phone systems. As long as you can access the internet, you can set call routing up with the click of a button. This means regardless of whatever problems arise, you can continue with business as normal with no disruptions to your operations.