Are Your Business Communications Going Extinct?

Your Business Communications May Be Going Extinct

Great communication is vital to your success. Your customers need to be able to reach you anywhere at any time, and thanks to recent advances in business communications solutions, that’s never been easier.

Small and mid-sized businesses can now benefit from reliable business communications technology that larger companies have, but without the high price tag and unnecessary complexities.

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) uses cloud technology to make calls instead of a traditional phone line, granting your clients greater connectivity, more features, and reduced costs.

VoIP Phone System Replacing Outdated Business Telephony

Why Choose VoIP For Your Business Communications?

  • VoIP phones slash prices compared to tradition phone systems, allowing you to reallocate funds to other areas of their business that need attention.
  • Your connectivity and means of collaboration improve, allowing them to stay connected and in-the-loop even when they’re on the go.
  • A wide range of innovative features makes communications easier and more effective, helping to increase productivity and improve your workflow.

VoIP features include:

  • Big business feel, small business price
  • Nationwide inbound origination
  • A to Z worldwide outbound termination
  • Virtually no hardware to manage
  • Moves, adds, and changes controlled remotely at no cost
  • Keep your phone number
  • Offsite Locations (satellite office, remote user)
  • Scalable from 1 – 1,000 users
  • Easy to use customer web portal
  • Unlimited software updates at no cost

VoIP Adds Strategy To Your Business Communications

Transitioning to VoIP offers your business improvements in efficiency, reliability, and quality, all at an affordable cost. Landline phones are becoming obsolete – by choosing to remain with a landline system, your business may become obsolete as well.

Efficient Business Communications

VoIP provides improved efficiency by limiting issues that come from having to replace or fix phones, as well as complicated management of adding and or removing employees. On traditional landline phone systems, you would have to wait lengthy periods of time for a phone to be replaced, or for a roll truck to fix issues. All this time spent waiting for a fix costs you money.

With a VoIP system, you don’t have to deal with these issues, which means less downtime. VoIP also improves efficiency by providing you with numerous options for routing and answering calls, without the expensive on-premises technology and staff.

Reliable Business Communications

VoIP provides improved reliability by delivering a clear, seamless quality of phone service. This service can run on multiple internet connections, and can even extend to your smartphone.

VoIP can work reliably through anything that mother nature may throw at you. Additionally, if you lose anything due to a fire, your VoIP phone service will still work. This is one of the main reasons why there are now over 288 million VoIP users.

High-Quality Business Communications

VoIP provides improved quality through clarity of your calls. These calls come with a digital readout display, and the option to work without a headset. For those that still wish to use a headset, they can receive their calls through the use of a “softphone”, which is software that allows users to make telephone calls through the internet on their computers.

Want To Take Your Business Communications Into The Future?

With all the advantages a VoIP system provides, doesn’t it make sense to use it for your business? That said, transitioning to a new phone system isn’t necessarily easy; the good news is, you don’t have to do it on your own.

Partner with Acapella to start your pain-free migration to VoIP today. Our team of experts will learn about your business, determine how and where VoIP will best support your daily work, and deploy your new business telephone system with minimal downtime or delays – simple as that.

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