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IP Private branch exchange (Internet Protocol - private branch exchange) is a Private branch
exchange solution which is free of the ball and chains of basic fixed analog or digital landlines
using internet based high-speed carriers for voice calling. VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) can
be quickly integrated with a Private branch exchange system for enhanced real-time
communications along with the activation of a multitude of net based software.By far the best type
of 'virtual PBX' is entirely scalable with out having significant additional expenses for each end
user. You can include countless users as you want without paying a 'subscription fee' for each
one - simply add on an inexpensive Voice over ip phone handset that is well-suited with the pbx,
connect to the internet port, and assign a number to that device.
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 the iphone at her physical desk, however when they don't
answer, it might automatically try her home, her cell, or leave a voice message inside her voicemail that she could possibly retrieve by checking her email.Likewise, customers dialing the official
toll free company number might be answered using a friendly automated greeting which gives
them alternatives to get through to the right person. A phone call transferred to the business
service department may ring all phones without delay, or start at one end of the room and ring
through each extension in a predetermined pattern until such time as the call is answered.IPPrivate branch exchange systems can be implemented without a major change in equipment by
creating access to SIP (session initiation protocol) trunks through hosted VoIP services.
Messages or calls are carried over internet connections, using a final leg routed over PSTN
(public switched telephone network) if necessary. Both IP-PBX systems and traditional Private
branch exchange systems is usually integrated with SIP technology.Inside the company network,
calls are generally rapidly routed, transferred and managed using IP-PBX. The various features
available through Private branch exchange include find me -follow me, individual or shared voicemail, call waiting, music on hold, auto-attendant, auto messaging for night service or weekends
and conference calling.
Since IP-PBX is entirely scalable, the volume of user could be increased or decreased whenever
you want, 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
overhead usually are reduced significantly since there is no onsite maintenance involved.An IPPBX / hosted VOIP system offers unified communication for the entire company, offering a
leading edge solution to high communications costs. u rl