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multi location voip phone system
IP PBX (internet protocol - private branch exchange) is a PBX solution which is free of the ball
and chains of old-fashioned analog or fixed digital lines using net based high speed
communication networks for outbound, inbound, and network calling. VoIP (Voice over Internet
Protocol) can be effortlessly integrated with a PBX system for better real-time communications
and the establishment of a host of internet programs.By far the best type of 'virtual Private branch
exchange' is fully scalable without any need of major extra charges for each person. You can
include countless end users as you want without having to pay a 'subscription fee' for each one just add an inexpensive Ip phone handset that is well-suited with the private branch exchange,
connect to the internet port, and appoint a virtual phone number to that handset.
IP Private branch exchange makes use of increased mobility in the virtual world by enabling
phone numbers to be used more as signposts rather than actual physical locations. Dialing a
representative in LA may initially ring a virtual phone at her physical desk, however when they do
not answer, it will probably automatically try her home, her cell, or leave a message with her
voice-mail which she could easily retrieve by checking her email.Likewise, customers dialing the
official toll free company number most likely are answered through friendly automated greeting
which offers them alternatives to get through to the right person. A call transferred to the business
service department may ring all phones at once, or start on one side of the room and ring through
each extension in a predetermined pattern until such time as the call is answered.IP-PBX systems
are generally implemented with out a major changes in equipment by creating access to SIP
(session initiation protocol) trunks through hosted VoIP services. Phone calls are carried over
online connections, using a final leg routed over PSTN (public switched telephone network) if
needed. Both IP-Private branch exchange systems and traditional Private branch exchange
systems most likely are integrated with SIP technology.Inside the company network, calls are
easily rapidly routed, transferred and managed using IP-PBX. The many different features
available through Private branch exchange include find me -follow me, individual or shared voicemail, call waiting, hold music, auto-attendant, auto messaging for night service or weekends and
conference calling.
Since IP-Private branch exchange is totally scalable, the number of user may be increased or
decreased at any point, while pay-as-you-go pricing and billing permits savings on
communications. Employees can perform their jobs remotely, increasing employee satisfaction
and reducing turnover, and expenditures will be reduced significantly because there's no onsite
maintenance involved.An IP-Private branch exchange / hosted VOIP system can provide unified
communication for the complete company, offering a cutting edge solution to expensive
communications costs. {https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W31R45XLHus

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