With the cost of doing business rising, it is not really a surprise that the decision makers at many organizations are looking to save a bit of money where they can. Using cloud platforms to meet business computing needs has proven to be a particularly popular way of doing so, especially when you can consolidate your business’ spending through products like hosted VoIP.
This month, we’ll explore how hosted VoIP allows you to manage your investment into your communications without sacrificing the functionality you’ve come to depend on.
If you’ve ever run phone lines through the walls of your office, you know that it is quite an event. Not only is it challenging, it can be very time-consuming and expensive. A VoIP solution only requires a connection to the company’s broadband, making it far easier to add and remove users.
Hosted VoIP can provide significant cost savings by eliminating and minimizing these kinds of expenses. Rather than using costly telephone services to make calls, VoIP instead relies on the broadband Internet that you already have in place. Nowadays, this alternative is relatively inexpensive as it is more or less required for modern business functionality. It is also available through a myriad of regional carriers. As a result, it is available to you as an operational expense... improving scalability, flexibility, and cost savings and deployed typically per-user.
VoIP also increases the value that businesses get out of their telephone system by supporting mobile capabilities via mobile apps. Most VoIP systems have associated mobile apps available for download on Google Play or the Apple App Store, making them much more flexible than the traditional desk phone without requiring the business to invest in company-owned mobile devices; and, they work over Wi-Fi.
If you’re looking into ways to decrease your costs, you could do a lot worse than implementing a VoIP solution. If you are interested in learning more about VoIP, or another business communication system, give Computerware a call today at (703) 821-8200.
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