Business VoIP was made for the small business. Some might call business VoIP a hosted or cloud solution. That’s what we are talking about - using the cloud for your small business. Laying out a capital expense can be hard for a small business. You do not always have the cash to plunk down for an office phone system. That is when hosted is your answer. There is no need for a large capital outlay; in fact you pay just a monthly fee. So let’s learn more about why business VoIP for small business is a winning combination.
In the world of telecom words have different meanings. At Gaynor Telesystems we understand we talk a funny language, and we are here to help you navigate the differences and choose the right solutions for you and your company. When it comes to a hosted solution and business VoIP you may be talking apples to apples or you may be talking watermelon to kiwi. So let’s discuss hosted and business VoIP.
Hosted VoIP is a phrase that has been thrown around a lot these last couple of years. Reports are coming out daily on who are the leaders in the industry and why you should go hosted for your business. There are many reasons why a business should look at a hosted solution for VoIP phone service. Let’s break it down for you.
You may be a big company with 12 branches and 200 employees or you may be a small company with 4 offices and 20 employees. Either way, you need a multi-site phone system and hosted VoIP might be right for you.
As a company with many offices, you try and appear as one company with one image. You may also want to share duties between offices. Here are 3 reasons why hosted VoIP might be right for your business.