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November 30, 2011
Exploring the Benefits and Requirements of Implementing a SIP Trunking Solution
By Juliana Kenny, TMCnet Managing Editor
SIP trunking solutions have long been known to lower operating costs of contact centers as well as improve agent productivity through technology that simplifies communications between businesses and customers. It’s no longer a secret to those in the VoIP world that a SIP trunking solution can highly benefit an organization in the communications technology space, and in many other verticals as well.
What is not widely known is the optimal strategy for implementing these SIP trunking solutions, which is where Patton (News - Alert) comes in. As a provider of VoIP routers, gateways, and Ethernet extenders, Patton often paves the way for many business owners exploring the different methods of implementation when it comes to SIP trunking.
There are certain practical approaches that are not necessarily obvious to the decision-maker in charge of selecting and implementing a SIP trunking solution, as well as issues that need to be taken into account when exploring those options. The size of the organization is one such issue, what sort of communications infrastructure exists is another to consider, and what sort of trade-offs will possibly occur when weighing the pros and cons of each solution.
Patton confronts these issues with its clients around the world on a daily basis, and to streamline their expertise into a helpful hour-long session, leaders from Patton will be hosting a webinar on the subject on December 7. Titled, “SIP Trunking: How to get the biggest bang for your buck,” the webinar will explore those issues stated previously as well as give an overview of Patton’s VoIPReady solution.
No doubt the discussion will focus on the benefits and requirements of a SIP trunking solution implementation, with consideration from all speakers about what small and large organizations should expect when making the move. With additional sponsors, Broadvox and ABP (News - Alert), the webinar will be useful for executives in any size organization, MIS and network administrators, as well as product managers.
Interested in learning more about how to capitalize best on your SIP trunking solution? Sign up for the webinar here.
Juliana Kenny graduated from the University of Connecticut with a double degree in English and French. After managing a small company for two years, she joined TMC (News - Alert) as a Web Editor for TMCnet. Juliana currently focuses on the call center and CRM industries, but she also writes about cloud telephony and network gear including softswitches.
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