Level 7 System, a provider of Internet Telephony (News - Alert) solutions, recently added next-generation business VoIP services to its portfolio.
VoIPdito, the next generation hosted PBX (News - Alert) service, is a cloud-based business VoIP service that is expected to revolutionize the telecommunications of the future, according to Hugh Porter, chief technical officer, Level 7 Systems.
“For several years Level 7 Systems have been busy looking for innovative ways of communications, seeking out client’s feedback, and focusing on quality and reliability,” Porter said in a statement. Porter added that VoIPdito will hopefully become a cost saving and effective way of communication.
Due to the fact that it is a Web-based business VoIP system, VoIPdito can be tailored to the specific requirements of any companies and there is no longer a need for costly hardware. In addition, since the system is hosted in the Cloud, it is maintenance free and all updates are provided by Level 7 Systems.
Apart from the traditional telephony features, VoIPdito’s business VoIP solution includes features like virtual telephone numbers, mobile application, virtual reception and free internet calls.
With the virtual telephone numbers feature, VoIPdito can assign telephone numbers in more than 4,000 cities around the world, allowing clients to call any company on their local number. This is a huge advantage to businesses, especially small and medium businesses because it creates the impression that the business has a local presence.
The mobile application feature of the business VoIP solution turns any mobile device into a fully featured business telephone that offers functionalities such as call transfers, call parking, and more, with an office extension number assigned to it.
Through virtual reception, businesses gain access to a reception console that can be set up on any PC. The service allows customers to either transfer or park calls with an easy-to-use drag and drop feature. They can view all incoming and outgoing calls on one customized screen.
The VoIPdito business VoIP system does not charge for Internet calls that are placed to mobile, telephone or PCs within the VoIPdito network. The company has also reduced the call rates as the cost is significantly lower due to the fact that all calls are routed over the Internet.
Research from Point Topic revealed that business VoIP has over 120 million subscribers worldwide. The VoIP market is set to accelerate to generate $40 billion annual revenue by 2015 and the business VoIP market grew an impressive 12.6 percent during 2010.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein