WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

  • Most PBX systems have more resources than users, so new feature sets are possible
  • New feature installation is handled by the provider to avoid confusion
  • Picking and cancelling virtual numbers is easy and fast
  • Moving a phone system is easy as the phones are plugged directly on the network
  • Patches and upgrades of the IP-PBX are handled by the provider
  • Loss of Internet or catastrophic event has no effect on operations because calls can be sent to voice mail or a mobile phone. This is because of redundancy within an off-site facility that has safeguards including back up power sources.

WHAT ARE THE COSTS?

  • Higher initial cost and set-up cost
  • Potentially higher maintenance costs
  • Lower monthly cost after expenses are covered
  • Ability to SIP trunk to get lower cost calls

HOSTED IP-PBX VERSUS ON-PREMISE IP-PBX?

There are some differences between the two options. Understanding benefits and limitations makes it easier to determine the best option for any particular organisation. Cost, expansion, and other considerations are laid out to make it possible to compare the hosted IP-PBX and the on-premise IP-PBX within the same categories to learn of the greatest differences. Let us analyse and advise you of the best solution for your business.

HOW CAN WE HELP?

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