Hosted VoIP services provider Nextiva allows small businesses to easily and cost efficiently take advantage of the benefits of VoIP technology.
The company’s Connect360 virtual PBX (News
) solution not only provides more features and flexibility than a traditional in-house PBX phone system, but also removes the need to purchase expensive equipment – so all businesses – regardless of size or budget, can benefit from VoIP.
To find out some more about the benefits of virtual PBX solutions and particularly the cost savings involved for businesses, I took some time recently to chat with Nextiva’s Yaniv Masjedi.
During our podcast
session, Masjedi noted that the costs savings involved with a virtual PBX is one of the biggest selling points and reasons for growth in the virtual PBX market.
Businesses today are making the switch to virtual PBX to enjoy powerful phone system features without having to make large upfront costs on equipment.
Along with these benefits Masjedi noted that businesses can increase productivity and project a “big” company image while simply managing their entire phone system online and not needing to pay expensive IT staff.
“Businesses no longer need to worry about dealing with different companies for their PBX local phone service, long distance calling, and faxing. We really unify these channels of communication,” Masjedi said.
And the company has seen businesses save up to 80 percent on their phone bill by switching to Nextiva.
Not only does the company monitor their network 24/7 and take reliability and quality of service, seriously but, according to Masjedi, “we also aim to be different from the traditional phone company.”
“At Nextiva we don’t nickel-and-dime, or maintain any service contracts or termination fees and we have a money back guarantee.”
“Once you factor in the business other than the cost savings, a virtual PBX system for a business is really a no-brainer.”
Stefania Viscusi is an assignment editor for TMCnet, covering voice and Voice over IP technologies. She also oversees production of TMCnet's e-Newsletters in the areas of Internet telephony and speech technology. To read more of Stefania's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi