Modern phone systems that are built for IP not only allow you to connect better types of VoIP services but also offer users a whole range of other VoIP related features - link multiple sites, reduce staff, have remote workers and generally improve productivity. Read more about the benefits of VoIP phone systems.
An IP telephone system offers a complete Unified Communications solution with advanced features, and it's more than just your average business telephone system. Simple, affordable and flexible, IP systems eliminate the cost and management headaches of outdated, traditional phone systems or the limitations of shared cloud PBXs.
Easy to Install, Simple to Manage
Plug and Play with IP Phones, Gateways & SIP Trunks
No per extension licensing
Save thousands on phone calls with your choice of SIP Trunk
IVR (Interactive Voice Response)
Increase flexibility and efficiency as well as reduce costs for your company. With IVR feature in IP PBX, you can provide callers 24 hour services without any costly human resources. Customers will be impressed with your company's professionalism and customer's satisfaction will be improved.
On-Premise or On-Appliance, It's your choice
You decide where and how to run your IP phone system. Run the system on an existing server using Hyper-V, VMware or KVM, or run the system on an appliance such as a VoIP PBX. (preferred by many)
Fax to Email
Fax to Email will help prevent your fax from being picked up by others. Moreover, no fax server or additional phone line will be needed, and you can receive fax anywhere anytime.
Great for Hot Desking
Easily login to any phone on your IP phone system, and have your user profile and settings populated onto that device. An IP phone is pushed information and processing power from the PBX. With Hot Desking, your extension is whatever phone you're currently logged into.
Conference Panel is a visual control panel for your conference calls. You can batch invite people with the dial-out feature in the panel or use your telephone.
Public clouds are used extensively in offerings for private individuals who are less likely to need the level of infrastructure and security offered by private clouds. However, enterprise can still utilise public clouds to make their operations significantly more efficient, for example, with the storage of non-sensitive content, online document collaboration and webmail.