How VoIP Can Scale to Your Needs
Since its introduction in the market, VoIP telephony has undergone many changes and improvements to become what it is today. Through these improvements, VoIP has quickly revolutionised telephony in the business world. Businesses can now do things they could never have done before VoIP. One such change is the sudden increase in scalability of a business phone system. Here are three ways your VoIP system can scale to your needs.
1) Office size
As your business grows and prospers, it is only natural that you will hire more employees to take care of increased workload. In turn, these employees will require offices and phone extensions, which requires that you increase the number of extensions in your phone system. With a traditional phone system, this increase would require a lot of work and money. With VoIP, however, your phone system can be modified on the go. This allows you to add or remove extensions to your phone system without a hassle.
2) Additional locations
After the initial growth phase during which you expand your office space, your business may require or profit from new offices across the world. These new offices must obviously be outfitted with telephone systems, and traditional telephone systems would require a completely new system for every office. With VoIP, on the other hand, you can add new extensions to your first phone system, even if they are not in the same location. You can therefore save money on telephone fees for every new office you acquire.
3) Mobile phones
If your employees must work outside of the office for long stretches of time, it may be advantageous for them to use a mobile phone for his communications. Thankfully, VoIP systems allow you to add mobile phones to your phone system, thus permitting on-the-road employees to stay in touch. Like every other option so far, VoIP systems allow you to add mobile phones at any time.
By allowing you to expand your phone system without a hassle, VoIP telephony is the perfect telephonic solution for growing businesses. Do you have questions regarding this article? Feel free to share your comments below, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter for regular updates.