Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) is a great way to make and receive business calls over your broadband connection.
It’s cost effective and it allows your remote workers to fully access the same key services as those in the office. Here’s what it
would mean to your business:
By transferring voice traffic over your existing data network, calls placed on the same network effectively ‘ride for free’ which
can help to reduce your telephone bills.
Implementation of SIP trunking can also provider greater reductions in call costs, and aid disaster recovery.
Phones can be plugged into standard data ports, meaning your building only requires a single set of cabling.
Maintaining a single converged network, rather than separate voice and data networks, can also deliver significant cost savings.
Regardless of where remote workers are located, they’ll be able to access the same key services and functionality as their
colleagues based in the office.This enables you to offer the same seamless service and customer care across your
IP telephony eases future growth, making it simple to add extensions or integrate new sites into the existing network.
IP telephony also makes it easy and cost-effective to include temporary workers, or create a temporary office for ad-hoc
projects, and consolidate resources such as operator positions in one central place.
With NEC’s SV8100 you can plug your IP phone into any Internet connection, anywhere in the world.
Home workers can enjoy a host of system features from their VOIP telephone keeping costs to a minimum.
Voice and data can share the same network, which reduces installations costs and makes network management easier.
Users can enjoy a more flexible approach to working, as they can log on to their own extension wherever they’re based.
By taking advantage of SIP trunks, your business can benefit in a number of ways. Firstly, your phone number needn’t be fixed to the geographic region you’re based. For example your business could be in Newcastle but have a London number, which would give you a national presence. Should you decide to relocate the business to another region, you can even keep the same number you originally had. And these benefits are just the beginning.
Calls can be forwarded across branches seamlessly, which allows your customers to speak to right person, faster. For example, should you have different departments in different areas of the country, calls can be made to one central number then transferred to a regional office – and the caller will be none the wiser.
It allows deployment of IP devices where required.
Remote offices can effectively be called for FREE.
It provides guaranteed Quality of Service for head office-based staff.
VOIP minimises business risk by providing redundancy options should the network fail.