A complete phone system for my business without hardwires and constant maintenance? Yes, you heard that right. The softphone solution is here and it’s time to untangle all of those cords holding you and your business back from a more sophisticated method of communication.
Organizations around the globe are freeing up their time and money while enjoying additional communication features by simply replacing a legacy PBX phone system with softphone technology. With a softphone, business communications are conducted via the internet rather than on premise hard wires.
Below are a few in depth reasons why a plug and play phone system can augment your collaboration with ease:
Reduce Lulls in Productivity
Switching an organizations’ entire phone directory onto a new system may seem headache inducing. However, this process is rather simple and requires little to no effort on behalf of you or your IT staff. All that is required of the user is plugging into the network to obtain a connection. As such, the simplicity of this process will allow workers to immediately begin using their softphones. Additionally, colleagues can plug into the network and use their office extension from anywhere – home desktop, laptop, mobile device. More opportunity to connect with your employees and colleagues will undoubtedly boost your company’s productivity levels.
The Sky is the Limit for Your Growing Business
The softphone allows companies to wave goodbye to maintenance fees and additional costs for added features or phone lines. Furthermore, business productivity can be maintained even when you or your employees are not physically in the office, as calls are made over Internet. You can also take advantage of extending your directory and add new phone lines for additional branch locations. Businesses can use features such as instant chat, voicemail to email, and web conference for further communication options. The possibilities are endless while the deployment process remains trouble-free.
Looking for a way to cut your business loose from a mess of legacy PBX wires? Well, the softphone has come to your rescue.