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Are You SIP Smart?
More and more companies are taking advantage of Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) (SIP) technology for their telecommunications needs. SIP deployments can provide a significant return on investment by moving network traffic from expensive TDM to cost-effective IP. In addition, SIP technology helps businesses become more productive by enabling easier communications among workers and, when adding a session border controller to the mix, it also provides a much higher level of security.
But for companies that are not intimately familiar with SIP, there can be some confusion. Fortunately, there are SIP experts out there who can answer questions and give valuable insight as to how SIP technology can benefit businesses of all sizes. These thought leaders can help explain how SIP can help your productivity and bottom line.
Benefits of SIP
Some of the benefits of SIP technology are:
· Savings of up to 80 percent per month on access costs and as much as 50 percent on recurring telecom costs;
· The ability to migrate to an IP voice infrastructure without discarding legacy equipment;
· An improvement in employee productivity through unified communications;
· A high level of voice security;
· And an improvement in customer responsiveness and satisfaction.
Companies that are interested in becoming “SIP smart” can attend a free webinar on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 11:00 am Eastern. The webinar, “Be SIP Smart: Putting Your Enterprise on the Path to Productivity and Profitability,” is designed for both business and technology decision makers. The featured speaker is Walter Kenrich (News - Alert), senior product line manager at Sonus Networks. Kenrich has almost 20 years of experience in the industry, and at Sonus, he oversees the product roadmap for the company’s session border controller portfolio.
For more information on the webinar, or to register, click here.
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