You have a diverse workplace which needs a diverse way in which to communicate. As your communication needs evolve, VoIP can evolve along with your needs.
Benefits of VoIP
When your business phone line is migrated to a digital VoIP system, you are immediately granted an elevated element of control over how your phone system behaves, such as:
Send SMS Messages From your Business Line
Save up to 50% on Domestic Calls and up to 90% on International Calls
Have Voicemail Messages Automatically Sent to Email
“A little over a year ago, Boston Interactive worked with the engineers at NCGIT to migrate our corporate phone system from our old on-site system to a hosted VoIP solution. Not only has this solution provided excellent call quality for our 50+ employees, it has also given us an enormous increase in the features available to us such as full mobility, mobile apps, softphones, conference calling, and online meetings – not to mention 24×7 uptime with built-in high availability and no more on-site equipment to maintain. Since we migrated to a hosted VoIP solution, it has become more and more clear each day that this was the correct choice for our business.”
Chuck Murphy Founder & CEO, Boston Interactive
Bring Your Business Communication Up To Date
Modernize your office and enjoy the many benefits VoIP has to offer your team and your business as a whole. When you migrate to VoIP:
Your Phone System Grows as Your Business Grows
Increase Control over Incoming and Outgoing Calls
Communications Can be Unified on One Platform
Contact Us Today
NCGIT is ready to begin your office’s migration to VoIP, and we’re excited for you to see all the advantages it can bring to your business. Fill out the form, or give us a quick call today.
Technology Solutions to Improve Business Communication
There’s a lot more to learn about VoIP, Unified Communications, and how they can improve your business communication. We invite you to read our solution brief on the matter. It’s our gift to you – no strings attached.
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