TelCentris Releases Free VoIP Strategy Guide for Multi-Office Businesses

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Guide focuses on how businesses with multiple office locations and remote workers can leverage VoIP to cut costs and unify their business telecommunications

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Multi-office businesses have unique communications challenges, many of which can be easily addressed through a VoIP solution

TelCentris® Inc., an innovator in cloud-based unified communications and VoIP solutions for business, consumer and wholesale markets, today released a free strategy guide for multi-office businesses that are seeking to dramatically reduce their monthly phone bills while making their workforce more efficient and productive. The guide, titled “Taking Communications to the Cloud: 5 Ways a Hosted VoIP Solution Can Benefit Multi-Office Businesses,” is geared toward small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) struggling with the costs and inflexibility of traditional phone systems. Download the paper now at http://www.telcentris.com/multioffice.

Written for a non-technical audience, the strategy guide identifies the top communication challenges of businesses with multiple offices and/or telecommuters. It then explains different types of solutions, including hosted VoIP, a fast-growing market segment that leverages the Internet to provide powerful, on-demand functionality and increased cost savings.

The guide details the specific ways a hosted VoIP solution can benefit multi-office businesses, including:

  • Dramatically reduced telecommunication costs through, among other means, free office-to-office calling, including offices in other countries
  • Reduced operational headaches by enabling centralized billing through one provider, as opposed to different carriers in each market
  • Increased productivity by creating a unified office that connects disparate offices and telecommuters

“Multi-office businesses have unique communications challenges, many of which can be easily addressed through a VoIP solution,” said Bryan Hertz, CEO of TelCentris. “Having worked with a variety of multi-office businesses, we decided to create a free guide that explains the benefits of VoIP and how easy it is to switch over from a traditional phone system.”

TelCentris’ VoIP guidance and recommendations are rooted in extensive experience as a VoIP solutions provider. Here’s what one multi-office SMB client had to say:

“TelCentris provides us with a long-term communications strategy that saved us a considerable amount of money, while also providing impressive reliability, security and customer support,” said Kevin Stuecklen, director of IT at LocalLife, a local Internet guide operating in several locations worldwide, “TelCentris was the ideal solution for a company like ours, with multiple offices in different locations.”

TelCentris’ new strategy guide “Taking Communications to the Cloud: 5 Ways a Hosted VoIP Solution Can Benefit Multi-Office Businesses” can be downloaded for free at http://www.telcentris.com/multioffice. To learn more about TelCentris’ products and services, please visit http://www.telcentris.com.

About TelCentris
TelCentris is an innovator in cloud-based unified communications and VoIP solutions for business, consumer and wholesale markets. The foundation of the company’s offerings is its award-winning unified communications platform in the cloud that enables the company and its customers to build powerful, scalable applications and services. TelCentris provides VoIP business phone solutions that are more cost-effective, efficient and easier to manage than traditional phone systems. Leveraging its platform, TelCentris also offers wholesale VoIP solutions and carrier services. For consumers, TelCentris delivers VoxOx, a next-generation service that integrates voice, text, chat, social networking and more. Founded in 2006, TelCentris is headquartered in San Diego with offices in Costa Rica. For more information, please visit http://www.telcentris.com.

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