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Top 5 Benefits of Using Hosted VoIP in Your Office

July 31, 2014

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To accommodate the modern changes in how we do business, a Hosted VoIP (voice over internet protocol) phone system offers a number of advantages. In most organizations, business owners and employees are no longer glued to their desks from 8 to 5, and it’s necessary to maintain communications even when away from the office. Hosted VoIP can make that possible, as well as provide a number of other benefits to increase productivity and efficiency. Here are the top 5 benefits of using Hosted VoIP in your Office:

  1. No Expensive Capital Costs, Upgrade Fees or Maintenance Nightmares

When you make the switch to hosted VoIP from Votacall, you don’t have to worry about your traditional phone system becoming obsolete or stress over the costly maintenance contract as the phone system ages. With VoIP, Votacall takes on the expense of maintaining and upgrading your phone system. You don’t have to pay for expensive hardware or software upgrades, and as your business needs change – your phone system can grow alongside you.

  1. Operational Anywhere You Have an Internet Connection

Use your hosted VoIP solution in the office, at your house, in the car, at the hotel, business conference or maybe even from your vacation destination. Take your communication tools with you wherever you go to maintain productivity and efficiency. We can route end-user office calls to any phone, and you’ll have the full functionality of your office phone regardless of your physical location. Mobility is important in today’s businesses, whether you travel for business, have employees working from home offices, or expand your business location to more than one office.

  1. Take Control of Your Phone Solution

With a hosted VoIP solution from Votacall, you no longer have the physical phone infrastructure all over your office. So while you will lose the ability to see the hardware, you end up gaining full control over your solution with an easy to use web-based interface. You can log in, make changes at the end-user and administration level, change system settings, and even alter how calls are routed. You don’t have to rely on service providers, maintenance contracts, internal infrastructure or hardware providers when you use our hosted phone solution, you can control it yourself due to the Cloud technology used.

  1. Integrate Communication Technologies

One of the greatest benefits of a hosted VoIP solution is the opportunity to leverage Unified Communications. Your communication tasks and technologies can all be integrated with our VoIP telephony – including instant messaging, mobility, video conferencing, voice mail to email capabilities, presence, calendaring, and advanced collaboration among team members regardless of location. As your business needs change, you can add layers to your communications system.And because the solution is Hosted in a Carrier Class Data Center and Managed by Votacall, there is no capital expense, maintenance contract or software service agreement making it an affordable yet robust solution that can alter how your business communicates.

  1. Additional Money Savings

Not only can your Hosted VoIP set up from Votacall eliminate the need for an upfront capital expense, costly ongoing maintenance expenses, and unpredictable monthly phone bills – but VoIP may even make it possible to avoid hiring a receptionist. Your VoIP system can greet callers and allow callers to choose the extension they need from a menu system.

Hosted VoIP from Votacall enables small businesses that were unable to afford an advanced telephone system for their office previously to compete on a level playing field with larger businesses. Let us know what your phone and communication needs are and we’ll help you decide if Hosted VoIP is an ideal communications solution for your business.

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