The days of cable connections are quickly fading. And VoIP software is becoming more and more commonplace. Not only are these phone systems more flexible and convenient, but they also offer a full range of features that improve internal and external communication at your company. However, choosing the right phone system isn’t as straightforward as you might think. You can’t just Google “VoIP phone system for small business” and choose the first available option. You need to do a little more research beyond that simple search. In today’s blog, we’re breaking down what you need to know about the different functionalities of these software systems.
Technology is changing. There’s no refuting that as soon as you get one system in place, the next big thing is getting ready to launch. In most cases, the beta phases of new technology last for months, if not years before your business really needs to consider making a switch to the latest and greatest. However, when it comes to business communication systems, if you’re even just the slightest bit behind, you’re leaving customers on the table for your competitors to steal. Regardless of your industry, one thing is certain: traditional phone systems are very quickly becoming obsolete. If you haven’t already begun having conversations with a unified communications provider about SIP trunking and VoIP phone systems, the time to start was yesterday. Let’s discuss why SIP trunking is going to quickly replace your traditional business phone system and the benefits of getting on board sooner rather than later.
Choosing a phone system for your business is a decision you only want to have to make once. The features that are necessary for operating a successful and efficient business haven’t changed much over time, only the implementation has evolved. New iterations of traditional communication technology make the features that every business, no matter the size or budget, wants accessible. In a community that is made up of a very diverse business landscape, including everything from start-ups to Fortune 500 headquarters, hosted VoIP has become a very popular selection. Now, just because everyone else is doing it doesn’t mean that you should, so we’ve put together this guide to give you all the information you’ll need before investing in hosted VoIP in Denver, CO.
Avaya has been a leading provider of communications technology for many years. Their product lines focus one providing one key element to all users: simplicity. Avaya IP Office is no different. Let’s talk about what Avaya IP Office offers to business owners and who can benefit from this technology.
VoIP phone systems seem to have dominated the business landscape in recent years. Why? Primarily because they offer the flexibility businesses require in today’s technologically-savvy climate, but that’s only the beginning of what makes these phone systems so appealing to business owners. HCWT is the premier unified communications expert in Denver, so we’d like to share with you our tips and tricks for successfully deploying and maintaining VoIP phone systems in Denver.
When it comes to determining what provider offers the right unified communications technology for your business, there are a lot of factors to consider. Some of the leading providers are hard to distinguish when you are looking at benefits to your company and business model. As the industry grows and providers are acquired by one another and leaders change and diversify, it becomes even more challenging for business leaders to feel confident in their decision to opt for one provider over another. In order to alleviate some of those difficulties, today, we are going to talk about the relationship between Avaya vs. Shoretel.
VoIP communication technology has become increasingly popular in recent years. However, many businesses are hesitant to make the switch from traditional options to this more tech savvy endeavor. As one of the leading providers of VoIP phone systems for business in the Denver area, High Country has helped a number of companies learn the benefits of a VoIP system. Now we'd like to share that knowledge with you.