Whether you wish to keep your telephone line or upgrade to a VOIP solution to give your business a more professional image, Blue Reliance have the voice solution to suit you.
Our telephony solutions can be supported remotely for configuration amendments and fault finding, improving response times and reducing maintenance costs. With the Blue Voice Modular chassis and licensing, you can buy just what you need and introduce further features as required.
Blue Voice is scalable from 1 – 360 users and 1 – 20 sites, offers a wide range of easy to use functions and integrates seamlessly with VOIP, SIP and Remote Worker technology. Our voice systems are also equipped with an easy, web-based control panel that can be accessed remotely.
Voice systems often prove to be more cost-effective than you would first envisage, so contact us for a free consultation.
Choosing a professional telephone system for your business
One of the most important aspects of any business is being able to communicate with your customers. For some this may be email, online forms or live chat, but plenty of businesses, both big and small, still rely on the humble telephone to keep their customer relationships on track.
For small businesses, it may seem simple just to install a standard phone to receive and send calls, but for larger businesses, this may not be the best option.
Here at Blue Reliance we have a dedicated Blue VOIP Packages, this is because we not only offer up a web and IT service, but also make sure that business have the right phone system too.
We have put together this post to discuss both traditional phones and VOIP/ISDN phone systems, all to see which one may be the right choice for your business.
What is the difference?
A traditional phone system is one that has a phone system installed into the premises. It is often a box which connects all of the different extensions that you have within your company and links them to the phone network, often using PSTN or ISDN lines.
A VOIP system is a more modern form of telephone system. VOIP uses the internet in order to make a connection between all your extensions, and the public phone network too.
Which is more cost effective?
Costs are something that is important for all businesses to consider. At the beginning money may be tight, or you may not want to pay out every month. Both phone systems offer a different payment approach.
Buying a traditional phone line is an up front, one off cost. An initial investment into your company, without any further payments being made in order to host the system.
In comparison, a VOIP system does not have any large upfront costs that you will need to pay out. These type of systems will have a monthly charge for the hosting of your phone system, which may be a more ideal option for those who need to budget their initial costs.
Which is more reliable?
Reliability is a huge consideration when running a phone system in your business. After all, what could be worse than a couple of hours without phone lines when customers will be trying to contact you.
As an onsite phone system is not reliant on the internet, it can often be a more reliable option for you to consider, however, the reliability of a VOIP system is better than you think. This is especially true if you receive it through a dedicated provider, who is on hand to help if something did go wrong.
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Now you know more about professional telephone systems. Why not take a look at the Blue Voice Pages and discover more about how we can make these phone systems work best for you?