Unified communications solutions that include VoIP fax, Web conferencing and virtual PBX capabilities have greatly benefitted small businesses as they can now manage operations without the cost and complexity associated with a traditional communications infrastructure.
To offer he best quality services to customers, Comwave, a Canada-based provider of Voice over IP (VoIP), long distance and mobile communications services for residential and business customers, recently unveiled its Comwave Hosted PBX (News - Alert) for business customers.
The virtual PBX offering bundles together Polycom telephones, phone lines, over 40 business class features, long distance and a private digital secure connection. Businesses can enjoy this suite of services for a fixed low monthly fee of $39.95 per user.
"Businesses told us time and again that they wanted an easy way to transition from their older phone systems to leading edge phone systems," said Ted Chislett, president Comwave Business Solutions, in a statement. "They didn't want to spend money on capex, and they wanted the latest features, like ePhone and Mobile Apps for their mobile workforce. Comwave Hosted PBX is very compelling."
Fully managed by Comwave 24x7 support, the service is delivered on a secure private connection to ensure a high quality secure call. The hosted PBX solution also includes HD audio and video functionality which is unmatched in Canada.
Virtual PBXs are the best alternative to traditional phones as it allows businesses to scale from a few users to hundreds of users in minutes. “That's because with Comwave Hosted PBX you don't purchase that expensive phone system cabinet that sits at the back of your office taking up valuable space,” Chislett added.
When leveraging this solution, customers can enjoy the benefits of Polycom (News - Alert) IP phones that connect through the cloud to Comwave and can access all the many features offered in these innovative phones. In addition, the Comwave Hosted PBX is secure, redundant and far more cost- effective than other solutions currently on the market.
Edited by Jamie Epstein