- Reduction of expenses, which can mean a need for less space, maintenance, security and, of course, the reduction in CapEx.
- Open access. We’ve already discussed that end users are accustomed to getting data everywhere and at any time, and telecom is no different. With Web portals and integrated communications tools, your customers’ employees can increase productivity and streamline collaboration with cloud-powered communications.
- Advanced features. Cloud PBX often includes remote call management features, voice messaging, and features like voicemail to email, all at a reduced cost when compared to traditional UC offerings.
- Scalability. Just as with other cloud offerings, hosted PBX offers the capacity to scale up or down a customer’s UC as needed, reducing expenses when usage is slow, and empowering quick ramp up as the company grows.
Taking PBX To The Cloud
It doesn’t surprise me that unified communications (UC) are starting to merge into the cloud space. With end users demanding instant, fingertip access to their voice mail, email, and messaging platforms, cloud is an obvious answer. So far, vendors seem to have struggl.. Continue