We have entered an age where communication in business is absolutely vital, and with that being the case it is no surprise that so many people are seeking out PABX systems. PABX is synonymous with PBX of course, and you will generally find that these phone systems serve your business well. All business owners are aware that their customers expect a certain level of service and efficiency, and if that is to be achieved, both the client side and the business side need to be functioning properly. Is this going to be easy? Not in all cases but that certainly does not need to mean it is impossible. That being said, it may be time for an upgrade for your business today.
IP vs. Pots
Plain old telephone systems, or POTS used to be the standard with PABX systems simply because it was available. While POTS uses a standard, unsecure method of communications, IP phones utilize the internet and are therefore a much more secure communications option. These are more secure simply because software and hardware firewalls can be employed, which renders the old stereotype of “tapping phones” a bit obsolete.
When it comes to the installation of IP based PABX systems you face a choice as you would with anything else. This is to say of course that you would find yourself dealing with a monumental task, and even if you could accomplish it on your own you would still run into a number of different problems. For instance you would probably discover that the maintenance of the system would not only be expensive but time consuming. With that being the case, it would be more than helpful to have technicians on hand who could troubleshoot your problems immediately and provide you with a solution that will last.
Partnering With Sydney’s Best
Our team of professionals will be able provide you with a customised solution and scheduled support plan for your phone system designed around your business operations. In addition, our expert technicians will also provide phone support around-the-clock to ensure you are never without an operating phone system.