Switch to Isuf Voice and a whole range of possibilities come within your reach – significant cost savings, improved operational efficiency and better control over your
whole telephony environment.
Simple and effective, this managed IP telephony service not only banishes the need for onsite PBX hardware or ISDN lines, it also eliminates all the onerous setup fees
associated with traditional business telephony deployments.
Handsets, software, management and all the rich functionality you’d expect from a leading-edge IP telephony solution are provided for at a predictable monthly cost, on
a per user basis.
Hosted IP telephony forms 1 part of the 6 Unified Communications suite of products available that we can use to enable your business. Hosted telephony
helps you take advantage of using the Internet to deliver your voice services rather than traditional PBX’s. This type of Voice communication can be integrated with
email, calendaring, voicemail/, IM, and office communicator to provide a true collaborative platform for your users, instantly increasing your productivity.
What Are the Benefits?
- Free calls to all 01 and 02 UK Prefixes
- Additional free Inter-site Calls
- One network to manage for both voice and data, instead of two
- Reduced travel costs—through Office Communicator providing video conferencing and other collaboration tools
- Completely scalable so you can add and reduce users in line with your business needs
- Eradicates the need for hardware refresh/upgrades or further investment as PBX,s do when they are tired or reach capacity becoming not fit for purpose over time
- Employees have more ways to stay connected and customers/colleagues and managers can reach them more easily
- Take all of your phone system’s features with you for use at home, at the office, or on the road
- No investment required, there is no onsite equipment to be purchased ormaintained and handsets are provided free of charge.
Traditionally, a PBX (Private Branch Exchange) is a telephone switching system that manages incoming and outgoing calls for a company’s internal
users. A PBX is connected to the public phone system and automatically routes incoming calls to specific extensions. It also shares and manages multiple lines. A
typical business PBX system includes external and internal phone lines; a computer server that manages call switching and routing; and a console for manual control.