Attention to detail pays dividends
VoIP telephony offers you many advantages over traditional PBX systems from cost savings and flexibility to enabling your people to maximise their efficiency. However, designing a VoIP system to provide you with a VoIP phone (sometimes known as an IP phone) solution – so that you can carry real time voice traffic across a data network – brings unique issues that need careful consideration.
How we can help you
We’ll work through the key issues with you to arrive at the VoIP solution that suits your budget and needs today and tomorrow, including:
*Access – how reliable are your external connections? You’ll need these to connect your telephone system to the outside world. Should you go with traditional Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) or Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)?
*Local Area Network (LAN) – is yours ready to carry voice? Do you need to give power to the handsets (POE)? Do you require wireless handsets?
*Security – how will you protect your telephone system and your business against unwanted or fraudulent internal or external use?
*Reliability – what sort of uptime do you need on your PBX and VoIP system? What happens in the event of a failure or a disaster?
*Scalability – how many users need to access your IP phone system now and in the future, and how will you achieve that expansion?
*Applications – what services, such as call monitoring and recording, do you need?
*Portability – how easy is it to move your PBX and network to an alternative provider?
To find out more about how your business would benefit from our free, no obligation VoIP system assessment – Contact us.
For more info about how your business could benefit from a managed and hosted VoIP system: Hosted VoIP.