What is VoIP?
VoIP, pronounced “voype,” stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. At its most basic, VoIP is simply a method for transmitting voice calls over a packet-based data network like the Internet. VoIP is a major game-changer in human communications because it uses data networks rather than physical wire to transmit voice data from one device to another.
Why Choose VoIP Business Phone System?
Unlike an analog or digital phone system that requires direct cabling to each work station, a VoIP business phone system runs on your office’s main Ethernet network or LAN (local area network). That means you can easily add new phones and extensions without physical cabling, take your office calls from your mobile device or home office phone, and integrate with other applications like CRM such as Saleforce.com or Microsoft Outlook.
We offer business telephone solutions for a variety of industries including:
-Legal and Attorney Offices
– Medical Practices including doctor’s offices, clinics and hospitals
– Financial Institutions including banks and investment centers
– Retail Stores
– Contact Centers
– Multi-Site corporate environments