VoiceSpin’s VoIP-based telephony systems offer lower pricing, a robust set of features, increased flexibility and unmatched sound quality and system reliability. When it comes to getting the most for your money, no other business telecommunications system comes close to offering what an Asterisk-based VoIP system like VoiceSpin can give your business.
The Most Cost-Effective Solution
VoiceSpin’s Asterisk-based system utilizes an open source PBX software that saves your business development costs and expensive licensing fees. Most Asterisk phone systems can use any SIP-based IP phone giving your company full flexibility to purchase your phones from whatever supplier you want, at the best prices you can find. Without the proprietary license fee that is eliminated thanks to VoiceSpin’s open source based system, you can add new features without ever having to pay steep proprietary fees. You can pass along the savings to your customer and enjoy increased revenue as a result.
A recent Sage Research survey reported that the initial cost of a traditional phone system is only about half the cost of total ownership (TCO). The average business keeps their telephone systems for at least seven years making the TCO for a $30,000 system over $60,000 for the full lifecycle of the hardware. A business’s telecommunication needs grow and change as the company evolves. Moreover, by the time the second half of the lifecycle comes around, the telephone systems are often times obsolete and new and updated features can’t even be accessed without upgrading all the hardware. For medium to large size companies, these costs can be prohibitive. This is why many companies are behind when it comes to their telecommunications technology capabilities. VoIP systems literally bypass all of these costly problems.
Unmatched Quality and Dependability
The benefits of VoIP significantly outweigh any potential drawbacks and the technology behind this service has come a long way over the past few decades. When VoIP was first introduced, both caller and receiver had to be sitting at a computer. Naturally, this limited mobility but the sound quality was also often times quite poor – crackly lines and dropped calls. Today, VoIP service allows you to make and receive calls on virtually any standard phone. Moreover, the latest feature-rich phones, designed for business enhancement, now only run on VoIP. Sound quality and call quality have improved tremendously. Further, Asterisk powers millions of phone systems around the globe; today, it is considered the go-to standard for VoIP business phone systems.