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Think Switching to VoIP Has to Be a Hassle? Think Again

As VoIP grabs an increasingly large piece of the telephony market pie, even businesses that held onto a wire-based legacy phone service for years are converting to IP-PBX systems. In fact, a recent study from Transparency Market Research projects the global VoIP services market will grow at a CAGR of 7.9 percent from 2014 to 2020.

Unfortunately, one of the primary reasons some companies still haven’t switched to IP-PBX is the misconception that changing over will be a complex process that halts productivity. But with 3CX Phone System, nothing could be further from the truth.

Installing 3CX almost couldn’t be simpler. The system is pure plug and play; to configure an IP phone all you have to do is plug it into the network and it’s automatically detected. You don’t need any telecom expertise to get your system up and running because there are no complicated phone settings to decipher. Smartphone clients can be deployed through email, and software updates are automatic.

And it doesn’t get any more complicated once the system is installed, because managing your entire network through the 3CX console lets you simply:

  • Upgrade IP Phone firmwares
  • Reprovision and reboot IP phones remotely
  • Configure advanced IP phone options

More good news is that by switching to IP-PBX, you can take advantage of advanced business features, save money, enhance collaboration and reap a host of other benefits. The only bad news is that if you’ve been using a complicated rollout as a reason to hold onto your legacy communications system, you’re now out of excuses. If you’d like a little more information about our product, click here to download our white paper, “The Top 10 Advantages of a 3CX Phone System.”

By |November 21st, 2014|Comments Off on Think Switching to VoIP Has to Be a Hassle? Think Again

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