Analyzing Hosted PBX

While cutting the cord on landlines is an attractive option and one that has been discussed within many organizations, some employers are wary of making the transition because they still rely on the multiple lines, voicemail, automated directories, a main office number and other services that come with a private branch exchange.Google Logo

What they don't realize, however, is that a hosted PBX solution that connects multiple VoIP lines has the capacity to handle the same functions. In fact, it actually improves unified communications capabilities by centralizing it in a single app where employees can chat or call each other with the push of a button or click of a mouse.

IP telephony has matured at an incredible pace during the past couple of years, according to Network World. It has transferred from a cost-effective method for communication to a system that improves UC and still lowers cost. Hosted PBX can stand alone and is scalable, the news source stated, and recent developments have created a "significant opportunity" for businesses looking to make a transition. It appears the only thing that is holding back widespread adoption is the lingering mentality of, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." But most business owners are aware that better options are available.

The Fonality hosted PBX business solution unifies your phones, emails, instant messaging and important business applications so you can focus more time on what matters - your customers and business needs.

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