Business VoIP Market Will Continue to See Rapid Expansion
Telappliant, an Internet Telephony solutions provider for businesses recently penned an article revealing the prediction that business VoIP will grow bigger as the months pass, all across the world.
What are the facts supporting this forecast? Recent statistics provided by Infonetics Research present the point that there will be an estimated 17 percent rise within the market in 2011, when compared to statistics from 2010. The firm is an expert on the subject as it closely analyzes new releases of products and services in the business VoIP industry, commenting that the industry will eventually be worth upwards of $76.1 billion by 2015, according to the article.
The research firm said in a statement, "The residential segment continues to make up the majority of VoIP services revenue, but the real growth is in the business segment, particularly SIP trunking services and hosted VoIP and unified communication services."
All businesses both large and small can see the many advantages associated with business VoIP including lower prices, greater functionality and better performance.
In addition, transitioning to a business VoIP system will enable businesses to save capital that was once required to buy updated equipment. All an organization needs is a computer that possesses a sound card, modem, speakers and microphone, high speed Internet connection and the ability to download crucial software.
Business VoIP also offers a higher degree of flexibility. Any business owner implementing VoIP can use their previous phone that was once connected to the land line. Due to the fact that a business can select to keep their same phone number, this can help to eliminate any potential disruptions in service.
If your business hasn’t already jumped on the VoIP bandwagon, be sure to do so right away to stay ahead of your competition!
Jamie Epstein is a business-voip Web Editor. Previously she interned at News 12 Long Island as a reporter's assistant. After working as an administrative assistant for a year, she joined TMC as a Web editor for business-voip. Jamie grew up on the North Shore of Long Island and holds a bachelor's degree in mass communication with a concentration in broadcasting from Five Towns College. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves