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VoIP: Save Money, Work Anywhere

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As a business owner, you are always looking at finding ways to manage your bottom line. The greater your profit, the faster your business can grow. One simple, yet cost effective budget item you should consider to enhance that profit is using a managed voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) system instead of a regular phone system.

VoIP leverages your Internet connection to provide phone service, and offers many other advantages. It also is a cost effective option that offers your business added flexibility and mobility. Learn more from Tolar Systems.

As a business owner, you are always looking at finding ways to manage your bottom line. The greater your profit, the faster your business can grow. One simple, yet cost effective budget item you should consider to enhance that profit is using a managed voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) system instead of a regular phone system.

VoIP leverages your Internet connection to provide phone service, and offers many other advantages. It also is a cost effective option that offers your business added flexibility and mobility. 

Advantages of VoIP

Unlike a regular phone system, VOIP uses an existing Internet connection to make calls. This means that you do not need to pay for additional phone lines as your business grows and you add employees—VoIP is scalable, and can be expanded as you add computers and devices. There is also no need to pay for an expensive business phone system.PhoneSystems Answer

As your business expands to multiple locations, VOIP systems eliminate the added costs of adding a new phone system at the new location. Simply add the VOIP system to laptops or desktop computers in the new location; once the Internet is connected, you are set to make calls. That is also one less cost involved to set up a new location.

A managed VoIP system also allows you to use another potential solution called softphones, which are a combination smartphone and desk phone application system. Again, there are no additional costs associated with a business phone system, because you can use your computer.

Work From Anywhere

A common question asked about VoIP is what happens when Internet connectivity is down or power goes out? How will you be able to get important calls from your customers? VoIP phone service is cloud-based. That means it is not dependent on location or device. If your office location is unable to be used, for whatever reason, business can still continue as usual, because your employees can make and receive calls wherever they have an Internet connection. They can even stay in the office and make those calls from a mobile phone.

That means less impact to your bottom line, even in a disaster situation.

Being able to have phone access wherever you have an Internet connection also allows your business to be a mobile office. You can work wherever you want—and so can your employees. You could easily hire the best employees, even if they do not live in your local vicinity, because remote working becomes easy and cost-effective.

Using a VoIP system can also allow you to do business through more than just phone calls. Your employees can send or receive SMS messages through the VoIP system. Customers can send a SMS message to a dedicated phone number, which is then forwarded to your users either by an email or a mobile phone number. From there, they can treat it just like any other customer request and respond. Now your customers can have one more way to get in touch with you when they need it, at no additional cost to your business.

At Tolar Systems, many of our clients use our proprietary managed VoIP phone solution: Complete Voice. Those clients who use Complete Voice have found that managed VoIP is scalable, works anywhere and supports growth across multiple locations, while enjoying the many additional benefits above.

For more information on VoIP, contact Tolar Systems

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