What is VoIP?
VoIP or (Voice over Internet Protocol), a popular IP telephony implementation, only supports voice communication over the internet. If you have reasonable quality Internet connection, it is likely that you can employ a phone service delivered through your internet service provider, rather than your local phone company. VoIP has been named the most successful technology of the last decade and with major technological advances considered for the future – it is a viable solution for any business.
To give you an idea of what VoIP can offer, think Skype. Skype is one of the pioneering services that made VoIP so popular. It has allowed businesses to share instant messages and make voice and video calls for free worldwide – what’s not to love?
VoIP will help you save money
Communication is a heavy weight on budgets and these days more than ever, with the economic slowdown, everyone is looking for ways to cut down the cost of communication and streamline business processes. VoIP offers a variety of ways to do both.
One of the key areas where VoIP excels is through the use of existing infrastructure so on many occasion without the need for additional costs. VoIP transmits the sounds you make over the Internet using the IP Protocol. Meaning you can communicate over the internet without paying for a traditional telephone line – great!
VoIP Making the primary reason for transferring your traditional telephony system over to VoIP is cost, this means that business that operate internationally are set to save by employing this system. On average a business that operates internationally can have their communication costs cut down by 90%.
Is VoIP easy to install?
Whilst in many cases, the installation and set-up of VoIP can be simple it is always advisable to get expert support in order to get the most out of VoIP. At Arden Communications we provide a consultation where we establish the installation requirements, and advise on the best route for your businesses needs.
With VoIP expected to have major technological advances in the future, it is an exceptional alternative to replacing traditional telephones systems. To learn more about how VoIP can benefit your business, get in touch.