The telephone is still the easiest means of access for anyone needing your services. This trusted resource allows you to quickly communicate important information to your customers and coworkers and remains one of the easiest ways for your clients and business contacts to reach you.
Whether you need a four-line system for your home office or a 200-line small business system, your phone system is an important investment. There are a number of factors to consider. Cost is certainly one of your first considerations. However, it’s also important to consider clarity of the calls, system options and professional technical support. But, what you really want is the best value; getting a great price, the most needed capabilities and exceptional customer service
Like many startups, you probably started out with a two-line phone, caller ID, call waiting and voicemail. As your business has grown, so have your phone system needs; now it’s time to consider increasing your capabilities. Today, multi-line phone systems offer all the features you need to thrive in a challenging, competitive, business climate. Multi-line phone systems typically offer DID, night attendant, call transfer, call forwarding and you can easily and affordably add additional lines as needed.
There are three main types of multi-line systems: PBX, Key business, and KSU-less. When you’re ready to choose a multi-line system for your business, research all of the options and available features to determine which one best meets your company’s unique needs.
Benefits of our system include:
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“Private Branch Exchange” or PBX systems provide dial tones to multiple phones in your office using fewer telephone service lines. This is a “one-to-many” model as opposed to having individual service lines on each phone (one-to-one). It works by assuming that in any office there are only a percentage of phones being used at any particular time. On a PBX system everyone shares service lines and there are fewer lines than handsets.
The advantage is pretty clear: a PBX system requires fewer lines (channels, bandwidth) and that lowers your cost. The system manages the entire process. A business PBX phone system can manage and handle all your calls effectively, at a much lower operating cost.
Voice over Internet Protocol (Hybrid VoIP) is the most important phone technology of the last decade. Hybrid VoIP is a digital technology that leverages the power of the Internet. Hybrid VoIP systems combine voice, data and networking and also provide enhanced computer/telephone integration. With a Hybrid VoIP system, employees can make and receive calls remotely via the Internet creating virtual office connectivity. Today, Hybrid VoIP phone systems are an affordable alternative for any sized business.
While savings can vary from one business to another, the average company sees communications costs reduced by 30%
VoIP merges phone service with email, fax, web conferencing and video
At Advanced Office Solutions we pride ourselves on our ability to drive tangible and quantifiable results for our customers.
Here is chart which shows the actual results of what we have been able to accomplish with a cross section of clients in 6 different vertical markets.
The red line represents the customer’s original cost per device and the green line represents the actual cost per device after implementing an AOS Managed Mobility Program!