Your organization connects to your hosted PBX company
You make a call from your VoIP device
Your hosted PBX phone system routes the call through the Internet to the hosted PBX service provider
Your call is delivered to the recipient
On-premises phone systems require you to purchase a large set of equipment up-front, which is valuable initial capital that you may be able to use elsewhere.
A hosted PBX service gives you the same real-time voice and collaboration experience as a traditional PBX system with the added benefit of advanced calling features, all while saving you time and money with one low monthly cost.
Down the line, when that traditional PBX equipment needs to be updated or even fails, you’re on the hook for those costs. With a cloud-based PBX, all backend equipment is owned and maintained by the hosted PBX provider—that’s one less thing to factor into your bottom line.
With a hosted PBX solution, you don’t need to physically store and maintain PBX equipment—everything is in the cloud.
And therein lies the true benefit of a cloud PBX: you enjoy the newest features faster and stay up-to-date without ever overhauling infrastructure. With VoIP hosted PBX, you don’t have to worry about the ever-changing world of tech—your business will always be on top of the latest updates and release versions automatically.
Business owners know that scalability is a key to ongoing success—each thing you can control is one less thing to worry about. With a hosted PBX service, you give yourself the freedom to adjust your system capacity as needed.
With an on-premises PBX, businesses can find themselves doubling their capacity just to add a line.
With a hosted virtual PBX system, you can make your costs more predictable and stable over time.
A hosted PBX solution allows you to adjust according to real-time needs, which means less capital wasted.
It makes sense to pay for what you need now, not what you’ll need someday.
Business happens everywhere, not just in the office—so why keep your phone system there? Unexpected outside factors may prevent employees from making it into the office on any given day. But the foundation of your business isn’t the physical space in which it’s located. It’s the sum of its parts—the people who make it happen.
In short, a hosted virtual PBX is a safety net—fire, flood or a simple down power line won’t stop business as usual. Take the power from the power lines and put it in the cloud.