TelcoDepot (News - Alert).com, a provider of business VoIP equipment, services and virtual PBX offerings to businesses has introduced an expanded range of Snom IP-PBX (News - Alert) VoIP solutions for businesses of any size.
SnomOne IP-PBX solutions from TelcoDepot.com provide all the key features of a modern communications system including conferencing, voicemail, paging and standard business calling features, according to company officials.
Some of the key features of the virtual PBX solution include conference rooms, auto-attendants, hunt groups, call queues, hot-desking, voicemail-to-email, call screening, call redirections, call presence, call monitoring, paging, and more.The new solutions come complete with enhanced VoIP services, support, discount and shipping options.
SnomOne IP -PBX is available in 3 variants, offering greater flexibility to users.The three versions include SnomOne free (free for up to 10 extensions), SnomOne YELLOW (ideal for small businesses and supports up to 20 extensions) and SnomOne BLUE (made for the enterprise and supports up to 150 extensions). Additional configurations are also available.
"At TelcoDepot.com, we provide our clients with phone system and VoIP solutions that are optimized for their businesses and grow with them while remaining relevant and dynamic in application," said Yaron Ram, a TelcoDepot.com principal, in a statement. “Our Snom IP-PBX solutions provide a remarkable VoIP experience for businesses at any level, with solutions supporting anywhere from 10 to 150 users.”
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, TelcoDepot.com announced the launch of a new collection of Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync compatible VoIP Phones on its online phone system store. By integrating with Microsoft Lync, these solutions expand the capabilities of traditional PBX systems.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein