Phone System Comparison Chart for Spring 2010 Released by CompareBusinessProducts.com

Updated: January 06, 2011

Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) March 10, 2010 -- CompareBusinessProducts.com, the destination site owned and operated by Wheelhouse Enterprises that makes it easy for people to choose the ideal products and services for their businesses, just released the spring edition of its Phone Systems Comparison Chart.

Comparing 94 leading phone systems provided by 52 manufacturers in 31 categories, the Chart is geared to make the phone system buying process quick and easy for business people. In a simple Excel spreadsheet format, the Chart lets users sort and evaluate various phone system features, including PBX, business VoIP, and both on-site and remotely-hosted phone systems. By doing the legwork for business decision makers, Compare Business Products has created an ideal tool for business decision makers who don't have copious amounts of time to do research on each product line.

"This latest version of our Phone Systems Comparison Chart includes many product updates submitted by existing phone system vendors, also includes a new vendor and product lines for which we have started comparative product coverage." said Rao Wu, Vice President of Sales for Wheelhouse Enterprises. "The chart is now circulated widely and has become a must read for small and enterprise phone system buyers across USA."

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 with vendors by providing extensive and objective business product research and recommendations . Wheelhouse's site CompareBusinessProducts.com provides whitepapers, guides, and other industry data to help people make the best purchase decisions for their organizations. Visitors get the latest industry news from select press releases and the Latest Product Information Blog, which covers the latest industry trends. Products covered by CompareBusinessProducts.com include phone systems, CRM systems, and Internet broadband services for businesses.

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

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