From small businesses to large enterprises, more and more companies are making the switch to VOIP phones and unified communications over regular phones and telephony networks. One big advantage of unified communications and VOIP phones over regular phones and telephony networks is that it allows people to be more mobile. Nobody is tied down to a desk anymore. There’s no need to do a whole lot of dismantling and cable rerouting for someone to be able to work from another location within and outside the office. Waiting on an important call but you need to be somewhere else? Easily forward or reroute calls to your mobile. Multitasking and business agility have never been more crucial than they are now.
Back in the day, business transactions were mostly conducted inside office buildings, in stuffy conference rooms and meeting lounges. These days, through unified communications and VOIP phones, business meetings, contract negotiations and almost all business transactions can be done on the move. Not only that, each meeting can be a robust, interactive experience for you and your business partners or customers. With technological advances happening almost daily, VOIP phones and unified communications are rendering regular phones and telephony networks almost obsolete.
Today, there are so many ways to communicate with your target audience or partners. With unified communications and VOIP phones, the ability to keep the exchange of critical information has never been faster, clearer and more streamlined. Businesses are thriving on the virtually limitless possibilities of reaching wider audiences, of competing in the global arena – all of which can be done, can be achieved through unified communications and VOIP phones.
VOIP phones are just the tip of the unified communications iceberg. With every day that passes, better and more robust features are introduced into the telecommunications world. And with all these new features clamouring for an audience, prices and rates will push to be more competitive thus making even small businesses and start-ups will be able to utilise unified communications and VOIP phones whilst still being practical and cost-effective.