Telephone systems are critically important to any business, and refreshing your technology can be a daunting task. Small and midsized businesses (SMBs) considering an upgrade from a PBX to VoIP can breathe easy knowing that the benefits of this switch are clear – and, with proper planning, the implementation is nothing to be afraid of.
There are many factors SMBs should consider when transitioning from a PBX environment to VoIP. Before exploring the technical details, be sure to set a clear budget and identify the unique business drivers behind the transition.
The Motivation: Admittedly, the economy that follows UC deployment is considerably attractive and that is exactly why more and more Hotels and businesses pertaining to Travel & Hospitality consider Unified Communications today. The same is well evident from the current market size. On specific ROTI analysis, significantly quantifiable paybacks (200% or more) could be expected over a period of 9 to 12 months by means of enhanced user productivity, consolidated & softened communications infrastructure, reduced out-of-pocket expenses such as carrier or traveling costs.
Unified communications helps organizations meet challenges in this demanding economic climate. By combining all communication channels into a single, manageable interface, unified communications simplifies the way information is shared and improves collaboration both within the organization and with customers, partners and suppliers.
With DISH NETWORK great value comes standard. You simply get more for your money. Cable’s pricing is often confusing and varies greatly from region to region. With DISH NETWORK, you get the same great channels and the same low rates no matter where you live.
Living in rural Washington means you have to make a few sacrifices in order to live a simpler, quieter life. The payoff is worth it once you take a look around you and realize that you are living away from the chaos of Seattle and still enjoying the natural beauty of Washington State.
CDW LLC, a leading provider of technology products and services to business, government and education, today announced the results of its second annual Unified Communications Tracking Poll, based on a survey of 915 IT professionals who work on unified communications (UC) or component technologies in business, government, healthcare and education.