VOIP PHONE SYSTEMS
Voice over IP Phone System Solution
Businesses that utilize VoIP save money and communication better. Make a smart Investment by switching to VoIP.
Simple, flexible, and cost-effective VoIP is the future of voice communications for businesses.
You’ve probably heard about Voice-over IP — voice communication that’s powered by the internet. VoIP can save your business up to 50 percent compared to traditional phone services, and empowers your business to go far beyond the restraints of a typical phone system solution. Open Approach can evaluate your needs and pair the best-fit VoIP solution for your small business. Our solutions are scalable to accommodate your company’s growth, and can make long-distance phone bills a thing of the past.
Flexible Business Communication
Take your office phone anywhere.
Voice over IP uses your LAN to transmit data, and doesn’t require extra phone lines to be run through your office. There are many types of VoIP configurations, ranging from phone lines that run between your network drop and your workstation, to Wi-Fi-based phone stations that just need to be in range of your wireless network. The chief benefit of VoIP is flexibility. Your “office” phone can go with you wherever you need to go, as long as you have a broadband connection or are in a Wi-Fi hotspot — which means your customers and employees can stay in touch just by calling your company’s business phone. Don’t have access to your business phone? No problem! As long as you have a headphone/microphone unit connected to your computer, you’ll be able to send and receive calls directly from your computer or laptop. Many VoIP numbers can also be configured to ring simultaneously on multiple devices, such as your cell phone and your landline phone, before the call goes to voicemail, eliminating the time-consuming problem of “phone tag.” That can result in tangible boosts to employee productivity.
VoIP is Cost-Effective
Save money compared to traditional phone bills.
With VoIP, your phone data is sent over the internet, and not over traditional phone lines (although it can be received over traditional phone lines). This eliminates the need for costly local phone plans, as well as long distance services. In most cases, your current broadband solution will supply enough bandwidth to power VoIP — without slowing down your network use. The costs associated with employee moves, adds and changes with a traditional business phone infrastructure is virtually eliminated with VoIP. This is due in part from the significantly lower operating costs of VoIP service providers in comparison to traditional phone companies.