VoIP PBX systems, also known as IP PBX systems, are Internet protocol-based transmissions of data. Instead of sending packets of voice data over a hardwired line like a traditional PBX, an IP PBX sends compressed packets of voice or video data over the Internet. These packets of data are compressed at a rate chosen by the system administrator, and surprisingly have little to no affect on the call quality (unless compressed beyond recommended norms).
Choosing the perfect phone system for your business is no small task …. Depending on the size of your company, the industry in which you work, and the specific needs your phone system will be required to meet, any number of solutions could get the job done. more
Reducing expenses is one of the main reasons that businesses switch from traditional office phone systems to VoIP technology. But many people rush this decision and end up spending more than they need to. The costs of implementing a new VoIP system can increase quickly, especially if you don’t strategically plan for it ahead of time. more