Latest Phone System Comparison Chart for Fall 2009 Released by CompareBusinessProducts.com

Updated: January 06, 2011

The new quarterly chart compares 92 Phone Systems from 51 Manufacturers in 31 categories, making it one of the largest and most comprehensive phone system comparisons charts in the market today.

Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) November 16, 2009 -- The Fall 2009 Edition of the Phone Systems Comparison Chart has been released by CompareBusinessProducts.com. This chart compares 92 leading phone systems by 51 phone system manufacturers in 31 categories. The chart is presented in an easy to use Excel spreadsheet format that can be downloaded and easily worked with and vendors and solutions can be filtered on any buyer criteria as required. A full month of research by the staff at CompareBusinessProducts.com goes into creating and updating this chart every quarter to make sure that the information it contains is comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date. The phone system chart can be downloaded for free at www.CompareBusinessProducts.com

The quarterly published chart includes the who's who of vendors in the phone systems space, and is intended to make the phone system buying process as simple as possible for buyers of all kinds. The number of vendors offering different phone system technologies like PBX, Business VoIP, IP-PBX in many different formats (such as hosted, managed, premise-based, etc.) is large and constantly growing. As a result, the kind of segmentation and categorization used in the Fall Edition Comparison Chart is invaluable for business and technical decision makers.

"We got tremendous feedback from phone system buyers and also from industry vendors on our last version of the Phone System Comparison Chart. In this edition of the chart, we have broadened the number of vendors in the comparison list and also further segmented the merits of each vendors into more categories." said Ralph Turner, Customer Support Manager for Wheelhouse Enterprises, the parent company of CompareBusinessProducts.com.

CompareBusinessProducts.com features whitepapers, buyer guides, comparison charts and in-depth articles that facilitate research into business products, solutions and vendors. It focuses carefully on the information buyers need to know and use to make informed buying decisions and it maintains a completely vendor neutral and independent stance on products and solutions so that it can retain its position as a true authority for business technology buyers. Visitors to the website also get the latest industry developments via a compilation of select press releases and a blog that covers new industry trends and updates.

About Wheelhouse Enterprises Inc.

Wheelhouse Enterprises is the leading marketplace for buyers and sellers of business products and services. The company's mission is to help business product buyers connect to business vendors by providing business buyers extensive and objective business product research.

For more information about CompareBusinessProducts.com visit http://www.comparebusinessproducts.com.

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