Big Company Image, Small Business Budget

Advanced phone systems that offer hold music, sophisticated call routing, multiple extensions and company directories are frequently associated with FORTUNE 500 corporations that have huge budgets. The great news is – with cutting-edge technology like hosted VoIP – small businesses can also benefit from all of these great features and at a fraction of the cost. Cloud-based PBX systems are the golden ticket for small businesses seeking to make a big business impression.

Investing in hosted VoIP can save your company a considerable amount of money since there are little or no up-front costs for installation and deployment. Plus, a hosted PBX offers incredible adaptability when it comes to applying changes or add-ons. If your business is opening up a second location, you can quickly add phones and users without having to stress over equipment upgrades. There is no need for an on-site technician to make changes to your phone system since the hosted PBX can be quickly and easily configured remotely by the provider. And if your business is ever experiencing a lean time, it’s also just as easy to scale back your telephony services to better fit your budget – something that wouldn’t be possible with a traditional, on-premise PBX.

Smaller businesses can maintain a professional “big business” image even if the entire company consists of 10 employees who all work remotely from home. Forget the mobile phones – service is often unreliable and it can look amateurish if your primary mode of communication is recognizable as a cell phone. VoIP phone services offer features like conference calling, virtual receptionists and call queues. And the best part is that you can enjoy all of these features on any phone, anytime, anywhere.

A hosted PBX is just the solution that small businesses need to operate more effectively and compete with big players in the industry, while still keeping within a tight budget.

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