Business Phone System. Monday , April 23rd , 2018 - 04:48:04 AM
When looking at business phone systems, few look at the scalability of the system and whether it will meet their future needs. As a business grows, there will be a need to add additional extensions as well as phone lines coming in to adequately support the daily call volume. Buying a phone system today that won t support the business tomorrow will only lead to more expense later on down the line.
For VoIP traffic, you ll need to make sure that both your network and PBX can handle the expected call volume. There are special considerations for VoIP beyond the telephony aspect. The network will also need to be scaled out in the event of future growth and your current network configuration and utilization should be taken in to account anytime you anticipate a greater need for network bandwidth. Nothing will kill voice quality more than contention for bandwidth on the network and it s imperative that a network assessment be completed prior to VoIP s implementation.
Larger companies on the other hand, are better off hiring professionals to take care of setting up sophisticated systems to handle their specific needs. If you re wary of hiring pros to handle the job, just remember that the cost of fixing a problematic business phone system is often greater than hiring experts to take care of everything for you.
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