If you are in the market for a new business phone system, the research process can be extensive, not to mention confusing. Every provider offers unique benefits, but it is difficult to determine which benefits will be an asset to your business. Let’s talk through what you need to know, what to look for, and how to navigate the market with our exclusive phone system buyer’s guide.
VoIP phone systems, or phone systems that run through your internet connection, have become increasingly more popular in recent years. These phone systems offer all the capabilities your business needs at a lower price point and with lower maintenance than traditional, hard-wired phone systems. If you are considering the switch to a VoIP phone system, there are a few things you’ll want to consider, including whether a hosted or installed system makes the most sense for your business. Let’s talk about the pros and cons of the different types of VoIP phone systems and determine if the Cisco Hosted VoIP phone is the best choice for you.
When you are in the market for hospitality phone systems, you are certainly doing your research. As a leading technology provider for various industries, including hospitality, HCWT has put together a comprehensive guide to hotel phone systems. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know about the different types of phone systems available and how to make the best decision for your business needs.
It is not uncommon for consumers to get confused when trying to navigate the chaos of the unified communications industry. With many major technology evolutions, corporate buyouts, and other industry shifts occurring in the last few decades, keeping up with the technology is practically a full time job in and of itself. A common question we get from our business clients who operate on Avaya unified communication technology is what is the difference between Avaya Red and Avaya Blue? There’s even Avaya Purple thrown into the mix to make things even more complicated. No need to fret, though! We can help you understand what technology you have, what technology you need, and even how to make your technology work even more effectively.