The VoIP Solution
Double your efficiency, halve your telephone costs and look forward to your next account. Intelligent, flexible communication is here and we’ll help you achieve it. Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is your next business asset and it’s the smart, logical solution to combat traditional telephone charges.
We are VoIP specialists with many years experience in open source and proprietary VoIP telephony systems. Whether you’re in need of just one phone, or hundreds, we have VoIP solutions to cover all of your needs. Talk to one of our specialists today about how we can help.
If your current costs are over $1,000 a month on a standard Telecom account, we guarantee to halve that amount within two months of our VOIP installation. If the reduction is less than 50% the installation will be free of charge.
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Are there significant benefits to using VoIP technology? If so, what are they and in what ways can they benefit business directly? Voice over IP and unified communications can enhance small business by maintaining connections to their customers and employees alike.
VoIP technology enables businesses to make and receive telephone calls over a broadband internet connection instead of over a traditional phone line. This works by converting voice traffic into data packets and transmitting it over either the public internet or over a private IP network. When a land line or call phone number is called, the data packets are converted to a regular telephone signal prior to the other party is reached. By unifying communications, the business has the power of VoIP combined with a secure network. By combining all communications from voice to data to video, VoIP becomes an easy-to-use, cost effective business solution with a host of features to assist in business.
With the major fibre network initiative the New Zealand government has in play, moving to VoIP and other communication services like video conferencing becomes much easier and affordable. This is because the underlying framework which makes VoIP possible is readily avaialble to many businesses. Even if you don’t have fibre available we can harness a seperate dedicated low cost broadband line to deliver these cost saving telephone alternatives reliably.
One of the most striking features of VoIP is its cost-saving potential. As we move away from traditional telephone networks, long-distance phone calls change from being costly to inexpensive. This is because rather than being phone calls being processed via conventional commercial telecommunications line configurations, voice travels on the internet or over private data network lines. For businesses, VoIP decreases the cost for phone equipment, lines, handling and maintenance. Furthermore, thanks to online conferencing, simple to use video calls and other collaboration tools, a business can easily cut down on associated travel costs.
If you do have fibre available the entire voice of an organisation along with data traffic is seamlessly integrated into one physical network. This bypasses the need for separate PBX phone lines. Additionally, with the network administrator being able to focus on a single network, there is no longer the requirement for several teams to simultaneously manage both data and voice networks. With integration, VoIP provides a saving in reducing the charge of subscription and usage. Especially pertinent for long distance and international calling.
While there is an initial set-up cost, the long term savings associated with managing only one network without the need to sustain a legacy telephone systemis huge. For a basic VoIP system, all you need is a broadband internet connection, a VoIP-enabled phone, a traditional phone connected to an adapter or a computer enabled with VoIP software. We can provide solutions no matter how big or small your budget is.
Configuring users and making changes to the business phone system is a simple process meaning employees have more ways to connect and importantly, being more available for customers to reach them. Further, all of the phone system’s features can be translocated for use and home, in the office or on the road.
With a legacy phone system, voice, video and fax services are possible. Yet, the demand of users is a lot higher in today’s rich media communications used most frequently through the internet. This is due to people locating their friend’s presence (i.e. online, offline, busy, away etc.), people sending instant messages, making video or voice calls, transferring images and so forth. VoIP technology provides a rich media service by integrating protocols and applications thus providing an array of media options to users and creating new markets such as the VoIP service in mobile phones.
Without a dedicated line, the phone device can use the same number virtually everywhere as long as there is IP connectivity available. This means that IP phones and softphones can be used while travelling, and the phone numbers stay the same. In addition, the services are also available such as voicemail access, security, call logs etc. Without a geographical limit the VoIP user is not bound to the area codes in a specific location.
With better quality calling, which is more diverse integrating with other protocols on the application layer, collaborating with features such as email, web-browser, social-networking applications etc., having an instantly accessible presence, features which can be easily modified, better security, mobility and cutting the cost on communications, VoIP really is a great option for any SMB.