Phase One Cabling provides a wide selection of different business phone system solutions for your business. Whether you’re in the telecommunications field or are a small business with a need for a scalable and reliable business phone system, we can provide you with the services you need to succeed in your field. We specialize in a range of different business phone systems such as:
Whether you’re interested in having maintenance performed on your business phone system or if you’re looking for the perfect solution for your growing business, get in touch with us today at Phase One Cabling to learn all about our business phone systems solutions.
Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
One of the most common business phone system technologies that are used regularly is a voice over internet protocol or VoIP for short. It’s a technology that focuses on using your internet connection as a way to call and receive calls instead of an analog phone line. There are many advantages to VoIP such as:
VoIP is a widespread business phone system, so there’s a vast number of options available to help you connect with your clients and audience. Some VoIP services only allow you to communicate with other VoIP users, but there are also some VoIP options that enable you to receive calls from any phone number. The amount of choice available can be overwhelming, hence why we’d recommend contact us at Phase One Cabling so that we can help you pick the right VoIP option for your needs.
Private Branch Exchange (PBX)
PBX is a private telephone network that is used within a company environment. PBX phone systems are often used to communicate internally, such as if your organization takes up several floors in an office building or if you have multiple departments working physically far from each other. PBX systems can also be used to communicate with the outside world using different channels such as VoIP or analog. Benefits of a PBX system include:
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
SIP systems were born out of a necessity to help growing businesses scale their telecommunications systems. It uses the internet as a medium for voice communication and is a method of VoIP that it does not rely on a traditional phone line. Instead, the protocol establishes a standard set of parameters for voice communication between two points, meaning that it can be used to receive calls even from a traditional analog phone. Its advantages include:
Cloud Phone Systems
Cloud phone systems are essentially VoIP services that aren’t hosted by your company, meaning there are much lower startup costs and the third party provider handles much of the management. This also means you get access to a wide range of services as standards such as extension dialing and auto attendants. For a growing business, cloud phone systems are enticing due to the ease of setup and accessibility it offers to even smaller startups.
For information on choosing the right cloud phone system and comparing it to the other options in this article, get in touch with us at Phase One Cabling to learn more.
Virtual PBX is another affordable option for startups and small businesses. It’s similar to a PBX system but relies on an internet connection for its functionality, much like a regular VoIP or cloud phone system. It comes with numerous advantages such as a much lower initial investment, minimal need for professional IT support and can continue to be used even if there’s a power outage. It can also be integrated with robust web-based futures such as remote employee access and improved customer service interactions.
There are many unique features of virtual PBX that may be a better business phone system for your needs, so get in touch with us to learn more about the advantages and features of virtual PBX.
If one of our phone systems interests you then be sure to contact us for maintenance and installation services. If you’d like to learn more, feel free to contact us today, and we’d be happy to discuss your exact needs with you.