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Everyone wants to start his own small business. Business Phone System is the best way to start up, but you need important information which helps you to choose the right phone system. If you are looking for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) there are a number of factors to consider. Here Derek Gentry shared some tips on PPT how to choosing the right business phone system. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Choosing the Right Business Phone System | Derek Gentry


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Choosing the Right Business Phone System Derek
Gentry
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Is It Scalable?
  • Scalability is very much important. You have to
    sure that the phone system allows you to easily
    add and remove users.
  • Companies add and remove employees at all times,
    make sure your phone system may easily adapt to
    this change.

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VoIP Based
  • Business VoIP phone systems are the trend
    nowadays. They provide more features and are less
    costly than analogue phone systems.
  • On this writer's opinion, avoid buying a non-VoIP
    phone system. The technology is obsolete and the
    VoIP possibilities today are very good superior.

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Hosted VoIP or Premise Based
  • You may either choose a hosted VoIP service or an
    idea based service. In the event that you get a
    hosted VoIP service you merely connect your VoIP
    telephone into the Internet! You are all set.
  • You must buy a bit of equipment called a PBX
    together with your VoIP devices. A PBX (Private
    Branch Exchange) is absolutely expensive. It
    could cost a few thousand to thousands, to begin
    with. Also, after getting purchased the PBX you
    have to keep it, revise it and control the
    machine for your organization. Companies with 500
    employees or less usually, that aren't tech
    companies, go the hosted VoIP route automatically.

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Equipment Costs
  • What are the gear costs for the phone system? Not
    only for the VoIP cell phones or regular devices,
    also for the PBX? If you go the hosted VoIP route
    you do not need to buy a PBX. If you go the
    premise based route you have to get a PBX which
    can get expensive then.
  • You can purchase a used one for just a little
    cheaper which may have software already
    installed. Nevertheless, you have to get someone
    to arrange it for you'll still. Be skeptical here
    if you are buying a fresh PBX, often salesmen
    want to market, you the priciest PBX on the
    marketplace for your big commission check.

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Service Cost
  • Ensure that the provider you select has
    competitive charges. While this holds true, you
    do not want anything too cheap. In the event that
    you go the reduced end route you will get an
    extremely poor phone service probably.
  • You don't want that. You'll receive dropped calls
    and also have to call customer care constantly.
    It's definitely well worth your money to shell
    out a bit more and get a midsection of the street
    service so far as pricing can be involved.

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Unified Communications
  • Communications is a hot topic in the telecom
    industry presently. Basically, this means to have
    a device (hopefully not devices) which allows one
    to aggregate your communications data.
  • If you can find a continuing business phone
    system with unified communication skills then you
    are in luck. It will save time and increase
    productivity. There are a few great hosted VoIP
    options out there if you shop around.

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