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SIP Communications Make It Possible to Abandon On-Premises Telecom Equipment
When it comes to managing on premises telecom equipment, one word quickly comes to mind – headache. After all, from the transportation, to the installation, to the management of telecom equipment, IT teams are inundated when it comes to making sure that the equipment is working properly and efficiently.
In addition to on premises telecom equipment management being time consuming, cumbersome, and susceptible to human error, it can also be expensive as IT departments have to be stocked with employees and every task has to be managed in-house as opposed to outsourced.
But with the advent of cloud technology and hosted solutions, businesses can now ask themselves the following question: Are they ready to take their telecom equipment to the cloud? And the answer should be yes, according to many experts in the field.
Hosted solutions offer a multitude of benefits to users including the operational and capital savings and simpler setups and management processes. Moreover, IT departments can say goodbye to the headaches that they frequently experience from having to manage endless tasks and can now focus their attention on a few specific tasks instead of mundane ones.
Perhaps the greatest solution for those looking to move their telecom equipment off premise is to trade in the standard PBX (News - Alert) solution for hosted SIP solutions and cloud services. SIP solutions afford many benefits such as improved efficiency, reduced costs, improved collaboration both within and outside of the organization and enhanced customer services and interaction through the use of automated communications.
In an effort to shed light on these advantages afforded by SIP, Panasonic (News - Alert), a leading provider of SIP phones and SIP end points solutions, will take center stage in a few days on Monday, March 12, at 2 p.m. EST for a free webinar event titled “Are You Ready for a Change from Premise Telecom Equipment?”
To register for the event, click here.
Edited by Chris Freeburn