Businesses are looking to save money any way they can. As the economy continues to struggle, cost efficiency and return on investment are becoming major factors in decision making. One strategy many companies are turning to is centered on deploying a VoIP telephone system.
By speaking on a new company survey, Mitchell Barker, the CEO of a VoIP provider, made comments that have been making the media rounds touting the benefits of switching to a VoIP option.
VoIP is experiencing this upsurge in popularity mainly due to its proven cost effectiveness,” said Barker in a press release. “By switching to VoIP, businesses can meet all their telephone needs. All they have to do is expand their Internet data bandwidth requirements by a small percentage.”
By deploying a VoIP system, businesses are saving between 40 to 70 percent off their monthly telecommunication bills, according to Barker. He credits discounted local, long distance, mobile and international calls as reasons for money saved. He adds that over the systems’ lifetime, VoIP options are more cost-effective to maintain and upgrade when compared to a traditional phone system.
VoIP provider Telappliant announced in a new whitepaper that the reasons many businesses avoid deploying a new phone system are based off of old information as opposed to current industry standards.
To ensure a company is finding the proper solution, it is recommended that they partner with an experienced IT provider like CTI Technology. Companies can enjoy not only the monetary benefits but also the advice and support of a knowledgeable consultant.
By deploying a VoIP system, businesses are saving between 40 to 70 percent off their monthly telecommunication bills, according to Barker