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5 Things to consider before choosing VoIP for small business - Matt Parker - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

5 Things to consider before choosing VoIP for small business

VoIP remains for Voice over Internet Protocol. It is likewise alluded to as IP Telephony, Internet Telephony, and Internet Calling. It is an optional method for making telephone calls that can be extremely shabby or totally free. The ‘telephone’ part isn’t generally present any longer, as you can convey without a phone set. VoIP has been named the best innovation of the most recent decade.

It is obvious to switch to Voip for small business from old traditional copper wire telecommunications but before you go for VoIP here are five important points for you to consider as you are a small business owner and taking risks without consideration of right and wrong may not be good for your business.

REASON FOR CHOOSING VOIP

Many companies take a hard look at Wireless VoIP because they want the freedom (or lack thereof) that Wireless VoIP presents but there are many other ways to get facilities that VoIP provides. Ensure that the explanations for conveying Wireless VoIP can’t be reproduced somewhere else simpler and your business just deserves to be equipped with VoIP technology.

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TYPES OF VOIP YOU ARE LOOKING

Believe it or not, there is more than one type of Wireless VoIP. Wireless VoIP with 802.11b/g is a mass choice but VoIP can also be deployed using a DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication) based solution. As you are a start-up and can’t invest much, you can go for DECT an excellent alternative.

YOUR COVERAGE AREA

Based on how many square feet you are looking to cover with a Wireless VoIP solution, you will need a varying about of access points and or repeaters.

WHO WILL USE THE SERVICE?

You know, the market is big and it is changing day by day so as the needs as consumer and products are correlated with each other. There are different types of wireless IP phone handsets are now available on the market. In your organization, many employees are there and they have specific needs, so you need to pay attention to the features of those VoIP phones and make the needs of your employees be fulfilled.

YOUR EXPECTATIONS?

Anything new one does it expects much more from it but you should know that cellular or traditional telecommunication framework is entirely different from Wireless VoIP for small business. Now you can’t jump the gun and hold the cannon so easily, because wireless VoIP may present tons of upside, it is not as mature as cellular technology and hence there will be hurdles. If you are expecting VoIP to be like cellular phones, you are simply expecting too much.

Last But Not the Least

At the end of the day, what matters is how effectively you did your job and here your job is to run your company smoothly. So when you decide to do anything or to utilize any new framework or technology you need to know about the risk factors as well as the benefits. Here we discussed few points about VoIP technology but it’s you who will see, analyze and then decide.

Publish Date: June 1, 2018 9:25 AM

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