Are you wondering whether a Hosted Voice solution could be right for your business? Maybe you’ve heard a lot about the ‘move to the cloud’ and ‘end of ISDN’, but are unsure about what that means and what impact it could have on your company’s operations. Here is a simple overview of what Hosted Voice means and why upgrading to a new system could be the smart choice for you.
What is a hosted voice system?
Put simply, a hosted telephone solution can be connected to any internet access point to give you and your staff flexible and high-quality telephone access regardless of location.
Over 700,000 new hosted voice users are predicted in the UK over the next 3 years and the adoption of hosted communications is increasing by around 20-30% annually in the UK.
Opting for a hosted voice solution means that your calls are delivered via the internet instead of over traditional lines and circuits. This removes the need for on-premise hardware, dedicated telephone lines and specialist engineers. A hosted voice system can reduce your costs, maintenance and the stresses of hosting a business phone system yourself. You can increase your business’ flexibility and productivity while enjoying lower call rates and line rental charges.
Your business can deploy unified and collaborative communications, with your desk phones, mobile devices and laptops all connecting to deliver voice services across sites, for home workers and for remote employees. You will no longer need to be tied to a desk and can make sure that you never miss a call.
Not only does a hosted voice system offer greater flexibility, but it is easy to manage, configure, report on and protect. Here are a list of features and benefits that come with our NT Cloud systems.
Key features and benefits of our hosted voice systems
What’s included as standard with our hosted voice systems?
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