Improve Workforce Productivity and Save Money with VoIP Services

With geographically dispersed teams and remote employees, workforce communication has changed permanently. However, some organizations realized that they could gain a competitive advantage from some of these changes.

One such technique is the relatively simple, digital transformation of your communications system that allows you to make and receive phone calls over the Internet, increasing employee productivity and reducing organizational costs.

Integrated IT is here to help you use voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to your advantage.

With Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), organizations of all sizes can increase employee productivity and reduce organizational costs:

VoIP Features

  • Portable and easy to use
  • Simple to manage
  • Secure, with SOC 2 and HIPAA compliance
  • Highly scalable as you grow and across platforms
  • Compatible with Microsoft Teams to extend capabilities

VoIP Benefits

  • Lower cost/line than landline systems
  • Greater workforce flexibility and productivity
  • No hardware to install, repair, or replace
  • Reduced employee downtime
  • Reliable, proven, and fully supported
  • Fast, easy deployment with minimal disruption
  • Provided by a strategic VoIP partner you know you can trust

Using Leading-Edge VoIP Technology

Using VoIP technology, Integrated IT can design and implement a software-based business communications capabilities platform for clients so you can manage all business communications through computer or mobile device from any location without any additional hardware. Using our preferred technology, the RingCentral VoIP platform, clients can take advantage of mobile apps, online meetings, and business SMS without on-premise PBX hardware.

What is VoIP?

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the technology that allows users to make and receive calls – even get voice messages – over the Internet. Several communications and telephony protocols, working together, create a standardized, real time experience similar to the traditional, hardline phone network (also known as the public switched telephone network or PSTN). However, unlike PSTN, VoIP can be used anywhere there is Internet access, meaning calls are available through desk top computers as well as through laptops, tablets, and other mobile devices.


Is VoIP Right for You?

Review the benefits VoIP brings to understand if it’s right for your organization.

VoIP Implementations

Learn the key steps involved in a new VoIP implementation.

Learn how VoIP can give you a competitive advantage

Please contact us at 1-800-672-4968 for more information, and to learn how we can help you to migrate to a new Cloud Service that meets your organization requirements.