Attention SMBs: Get Onboard With the Latest Workplace Trend

Small business virtual phone systems are a growing trend in the telecommunications market as they’re proving beneficial for many companies due to their myriad of advantages. For instance, a virtual phone system works with VoIP, SIP compliant IP phones, analog and softphones which presents a nearly endless number of customizable phone configurations. As such, virtual phone systems offer a flexible advantage to small businesses.

It’s time for small businesses to dip their toes into the virtual phone system pool, if they haven’t already, in order to gain a competitive edge. Virtual phone systems are a wise choice for small businesses as they provide:

Flexibility

Small businesses tend to grow and change quickly and they need a phone solution that can keep up with their pace. In addition, many small businesses may want to keep some traditional phone lines running along with IP lines. A virtual PBX can grant small businesses flexibility in both of these areas. As well, businesses can add lines, and features to keep their phone system in step with their growing communications requirements.

Mobility

Small business owners and employees rarely stay in one location. They conduct business on the go and are always looking for further opportunities. A virtual PBX system can maximize their time by staying productive from anywhere, anytime. Small business virtual phone systems provide business owners access to robust features and tools—like UC features—from a mobile device, so they can keep in contact with their staff, vendors and customers no matter their location.

Simplicity

Virtual phone systems don’t require complex software or hardware to install and maintain, and they can be used from any location that has an Internet connection. This provides simplicity for a small business that doesn’t have an in-house IT staff or outside expertise available to maintain and install a complex phone system.

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