CompareBusinessProducts.com Releases its Updated Phone Systems Comparison Chart

Updated: July 08, 2012

CompareBusinessProducts.com Releases its Updated Phone Systems Comparison Chart

Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) October 5, 2012 -- CompareBusinessProducts.com, owned and operated by Wheelhouse Enterprises, Inc. and the leading online destination for business people who are looking for the ideal products for their organizations, has just released its 2012 Fall Edition Phone Systems Comparison Chart.

The Phone Systems Comparison Chart is designed to make the buying process quick and efficient for business people, featuring details on 96 leading phone systems (http://www.comparebusinessproducts.com/phone-systems/business-phone-system-comparison-chart) from 55 manufacturers and 31 different attributes. Provided in an easy-to-use spreadsheet format, the Chart lets users sort and evaluate various phone systems and features, including both on site and hosted models, PBX, business VoIP, auto attendants, voice mail systems, and more.

By doing the legwork for business decision makers, Compare Business Products has created the ideal tool for business decision makers who need up to date and accurate information on the best phone systems but simply don't have the time to conduct detailed research on each vendor and product line themselves. The Fall 2012 Edition profiles two new phone systems that have come to market, in addition to providing information on 94 other systems.

"Having the right phone system is a cornerstone for any business, so it's essential to make the optimal choice for a company's specific needs," commented Sameer Sugwekar, vice president of online marketing for Wheelhouse Enterprises. "Yet business people need to focus on their key objectives; not become an expert on every business product they use. The Fall Edition Phone Systems Comparison Chart has all the latest information on the top systems in the industry, presented in a format that makes it easy to find key features and compare different products."

To download the 2012 Fall Edition Phone Systems Comparison Chart, please visit http://www.comparebusinessproducts.com.

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