VoIP telephone system

VoIP telephone systems for modern communication

As outdated technologies such as ISDN are no longer up to date and continue to be switched off, you should now rely on modern communication such as VoIP telephone systems as a solution.

What is VoIP telephony?

VoIP means Voice over IP and stands for telephony over the Internet. You can either use landline telephones that support this standard (phones with SIP) or other end devices such as computers or smartphones with special software.

These devices, which simulate a landline telephone using a software solution, are also known as softphones.

The biggest advantage of VoIP telephony is that you only need an internet connection and an internet-enabled end device to make calls. This means you and your employees can make calls globally and independently, e.g. when working from home. You don’t need a new phone number and can always be reached via the same number – no matter where you are.

What does Cloud PBX mean?

There are many different synonyms for a telephone system. For example:

  • PBX (private branch exchange)
  • NstAnl (private branch exchange)
  • TVA (local exchange)

If the telephone system is no longer set up on site (on premise) as a physical or virtual device, but is available as a cloud service, this is referred to as a cloud PBX. You then use this with VoIP technology.

The costs for Cloud PBX and an IP telephone system vary depending on the functions, number of devices and users.

In terms of user convenience and functions, a modern VoIP telephone system offers you many advantages over the old systems.

Advantages of a VoIP telephone system as a cloud PBX

With a VoIP telephone system via Cloud PBX, you are equipped for the future of digitalization. You no longer need a telephone connection with a dedicated line to make calls, but only an Internet connection.

You also don’t need any additional local hardware, as you can simply use existing computers, tablets or smartphones for VoIP telephony.

In addition, there are no extra maintenance costs with a VoIP system, which also saves you time and money. The provider is responsible for providing new updates.

Because you and your employees can make calls with any internet-enabled device and can be reached via your company telephone number, you increase your flexibility with a VoIP telephone system.

An additional plus point of Cloud PBX and Voice over IP telephone systems is the resilience of almost 100%. Thanks to the distribution of systems across different data centers, a high level of stability is guaranteed in the cloud. The causes of problems can also be identified more quickly than with conventional telephone systems.

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Advantages of a VoIP telephone system as a cloud PBX at a glance:

  • Increased flexibility
  • cost savings
  • high stability
  • Excellent voice quality
  • reduced maintenance
  • Time saving
  • useful additional functions

Rely on foolproof integration with NMS

A modern Cloud PBX is usually operated via a clear user interface in your browser and is child’s play.
This allows you to carry out administration without specialist knowledge. This means that a phone in your VoIP telephone system with Cloud PBX is usually ready for calls in just a few minutes.

With NMS, you get full telephony service from a single source.

We support you with the following services throughout the entire implementation or changeover process – whether on-premise, cloud or fully managed service:

  • Telephony workshop
  • Consulting
  • Strategy development
  • Implementation
  • User change management
  • Service desk
  • Managed service provider

Our Microsoft Gold certified Teams voice engineering experts will help you with a secure and convenient transition.

So that you have more time for the important tasks in your company, NMS ensures smooth IT operations. Rely on the experts from the multiple Microsoft Gold Partner. We look forward to hearing from you.

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