Business VoIP Delivers Cost Savings to the Enterprise
If you have yet made the jump to business VoIP, you may be missing some key benefits that can impact your bottom line and streamline your communications efforts.
As captured in this recent iHotdesk report, there are actually a number of “market-friendly” factors associated with the use of business VoIP communications. In fact, the article even suggests that these benefits may encourage those outsourcing IT in London to boost their investments in new technologies.
News from WhichBusinessVoIP.com suggests that the application of voice-over-Internet services for long distance phone calls is proving to be very efficacious as the features of the solutions are easily transforming businesses into more profitable entities. In other words, companies are relying on business VoIP to streamline costs and align processes.
The writer in this piece suggested that the most fascinating part of this system is the fact that it is cost-effective as compared with traditional telephony. More specifically, professional business VoIP can save an organization as much as 80 percent on long distance calling. For global organizations, or businesses with a global reach, those savings are significant.
VoIP delivers measurable benefits, both for consumers and for businesses. In the commercial setting, business VoIP delivers a flexible alternative solution for those companies searching for ways to save money while also upgrading their existing communications at the same time.
In other business VoIP news, Zultys has announced it is celebrating its 10-year anniversary. Zultys has delivered flexible and cost-effective IP business phone systems that help businesses and organizations worldwide to communicate and collaborate more effectively for the last 10 years. Now a recognized and respected authority in the industry, Zultys has established its brand as the hallmark of innovation, quality and reliability.
Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for business-voip and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Charles West