Benjamin J Grunwald. Business Phone System. March 29th , 2018.
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.
How much will it cost you- Cost is obviously an important factor and you have to offset certain features against what you can afford to pay.
If you run a small business you may or may not know the advantages of a good phone system. You might tell yourself that you don t really need it because of the extravagant costs that are involved. If you haven t shopped around lately to see what new services are available, you may be surprised in what you find. A PBX telephone system is extremely expensive and should only be used by larger companies who can afford the better technology. However, now there is hosted PBX, or Internet PBX, depending on the term you like best.
What are the future plans for your business- You need to think about the future plans for your business. Will your business grow? Will your business change its structure or will your staff work in different ways? Will there be more remote staff working from home?
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