The virtual PBX market is getting highly competitive as service providers continue to try to establish themselves within the industry that is expanding at a rapid pace.
A recent survey conducted by WhichVoIP indicates that businesses are attracted to several benefits offered by VoIP such as cheap domestic and international calls, as well as no requirements for in-house PBX (News - Alert) hardware and related maintenance that is needed for traditional telephony systems.
Recently Birns Telecommunications, a provider of telecom equipment and services in the tri-state area, launched a virtual PBX solution that offers a wide array of benefits.
“Our cloud PBX has the power and features to run a small to medium sized business phone system without the hardware, installation costs, and upkeep requirements of a traditional bulky office phone system,” according to officials at Birns Telecommunications.
With the Birns Cloud PBX solution, businesses are only required to manage the IP phones in their offices - everything else is handled 24/7 by Birns. Additionally, there is no hardware or software to install.
The virtual PBX solution includes a virtual receptionist that forwards calls, takes messages, and creates powerful hunt groups to lead clients to their intended destination. Users can even set up hunting for workgroups, as well as add virtual phone numbers and toll-free numbers. The solution also comes with a complete suite of PBX phone system capabilities including call conferencing, call waiting, fax mail, voice mail, voice to email, call screening, dial by name directory, and more.
Businesses can save a significant amount of money from leveraging this virtual PBX due to the fact that it is fully managed and supported by Birns experts. The virtual PBX is extremely fast and reliable, ensuring faster connection speeds and less downtime.
Edited by Jamie Epstein