TalkSwitch® Boosts Small Business Phone Capacity/Value

4-line, 24 extension systems from $1,295

By Catherine Hensley
Updated: March 23, 2011

TalkSwitch has recently announced new phone system enhancements geared toward small business owners. The three developments — TalkSwitch PowerPack, Concero Console, and management software for phone systems — are now available for purchase by the general public and will boost the phone system capacity of many small businesses. For smaller companies looking to expand their telecommunications reach, TalkSwitch’s announcement of these new programs is great news for future growth plans.

Combining increased efficiency with enhanced technology, TalkSwitch’s PowerPack raises the communications capacity of existing TalkSwitch systems. In this way, the PowerPack has made TalkSwitch more viable financially per owner. In addition to 8 IP extensions, the PowerPack features 6 remote extensions, as well as nearly a dozen each of auto attendants and voicemail broadcast groups.

With the Concero Console, users are able to manage calls right from their PC computers. There are also added features like call logging and chat readability. The phone system management software also released by TalkSwitch is a significant upgrade from previous versions. Features like “Click to Dial” and call handling are just two of the many improved options available with this updated software. All of these enhancements and developments from TalkSwitch mean increased efficiency and smoother operations in telecommunications activities. When purchased together, the three programs are certain to boost small business phone capacity, value, and productivity.
 

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