Telco Depot, a supplier of quality business telephone systems, phone headsets, business VoIP equipment and business phone support, has recently launched a new suite of home and business VoIP services.
These competitively priced business VoIP packages are designed for growing businesses, enabling them to deliver high-performing VoIP services in a convenient, risk-free and cost-effective way. The service also provides expert VoIP support for pre- and post-sales configuration, programming and general assistance.
The business VoIP services will result in much more efficient resource management and reduced service and maintenance costs. In addition, VoIP allows for unified communications to be concurrently run and managed over a single network.
Some of the important features of Telco Depot’s business VoIP service packages include unlimited local and domestic long distance calling, additional channels and DID (Direct Inward Dialing) support, according to a press release.
Business VoIP is continuing to emerge as a more viable business option than the traditional telephone services. TelcoDepot (News - Alert) says embracing this technology in the present economic and technological climate can be a deciding factor in whether or not a business is able to move to the next level, since effective communications are a critical component of any business process.
In addition to offering greater flexibility, business VoIP also offers global service availability and integration with common Web services including e-mail, chat, voice and IM applications, as well as CRM solutions.
Recently, the IDC (News - Alert) revealed that a growing number of small and medium-sized businesses are investing in unified communication technologies, including VoIP phone systems, video conferencing solutions and unified messaging technologies.
The report found that the small business VoIP market is growing considerably, with more than 30 percent of firms with 100-999 employees currently utilizing some type of VoIP technology.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein