Savvy decision-makers in the business world are attracted to the cost-savings associated with VoIP phone service.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 30, 2011
Saving money without sacrificing quality is likely to be one of the top New Year’s resolutions of business owners and managers … especially with uncertainties still lingering in some local and the global economies.
One business expense in which savings can be found, without compromising quality, is telephone communications services. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the affordable alternative that has many companies transitioning from traditional landline-based telephony. By merging voice and data over a single network, VoIP has led to substantial reductions in communication costs while offering better call management and routing facilities.
The Internet's most reliable source for information on both residential and business VoIP phone service provider solutions, WhichVoIP describes Voice over Internet Protocol as the technology of tomorrow. But already, hundreds of thousands of businesses have made the move to VoIP, lured by its low operating cost and high functionality. The amazing growth of this branch of telephony has resulted in 75% of all international calls being made over the Internet.
WhichVoIP offers insight and reviews of very affordable domestic and international calling, highlighting business VoIP services that eliminate the need for in-house PBX hardware and related maintenance required for traditional telephony systems. Calls between users are free --- including calls to and from staffers at the main office, staffers who work from their homes, and even international locations.
Another benefit: VoIP service packages tend to be filled with value-added features and functionality --- usually offered with VoIP service at no extra charge.
The transition to VoIP does not have to be difficult. For example, existing telephone numbers can be used on VoIP.
Plus, the service is never interrupted --- not even during a power outage, or a flood. VoIP’s functions are computer-based and user-friendly. VoIP customers always have access to their call records.
“Savvy decision-makers in the business world are attracted to the cost-savings associated with VoIP phone service. But these decision-makers also want phone service solutions which are cost-effective --- meaning that the quality is there. And, they are finding that VoIP is the answer,” Mike Bragg, CFO of WhichVoIP, said.
WhichVoIP is a leading VoIP website that educates its viewers on the diverse offerings available in this developing technology, both to residential and business users, through articles, reviews and blogs.
WhichVoIP.com is based in Seattle, Washington and the company consists of experts in the VoIP and telecommunications field. The team members utilize their expertise and knowledge to help consumers understand VoIP technology, and provide comprehensive information to enable consumers to make educated decisions that are appropriate to their needs.
Visit http://www.whichvoip.com/ for more information.