December 14th, 2011 by The Modulis Team
Business VoIP and Cloud Hosted PBX
Business VoIP offers companies an efficient telephony system at a very attractive cost. VoIP transmits voice over the enterprise’s existing data network by converting the signal digitally and sending it through the Internet. Moreover, VoIP can also access the traditional public switched telephone network (PSTN), allowing calls to reach regular land lines.
VoIP technology allows to converge voice and data onto a single unified network. Therefore, business VoIP is mobile and you can access your telephony system wherever there is Internet connection. This great accessibility is crucial for field staff, travelling executives, and employees stationed in multiple locations. Moreover, many useful features that are either costly or absent with traditional PBX systems are standard with IP-PBX systems. These features include call forwarding, electronic messaging, auto-attendant, three-way conferencing, advanced call distribution, and many more.
If you are looking for a business telephony solution and you don”t want to bother about maintaining a telephone system, a Cloud PBX is the solution. Cloud PBX is a phone service which is 100% hosted and provided through the Internet. In this case, your VoIP provider is responsible for the maintenance of your hosted PBX system.
A big benefit of Cloud PBX is flexibility: you only need to buy the base system and you can easily add extensions and features based on your new needs. Traditional phone systems are less flexible as you would need to pay more or install additional wiring if you want to add another phone line. As Cloud PBX operates through the Internet, it allows you to have a telephone connected to the Cloud PBX with no geographical boundaries. You can automatically have your Cloud PBX system call your mobile phone and stay connected on the move.
VoIP and Cloud PBX systems become increasingly popular as they represent effective solutions to companies that require a flexible and accessible phone system without compromising performance and reliability.