For small business owners in the High Desert, switching to a VoIP system for office communications is the right decision, and they have two main choices in this regard: on-premise or hosted. Both solutions offer all the benefits of VoIP systems; however, choosing a hosted solution managed by Sonic Systems will have even more advantages in the long run.
Businesses both large and small have been predominantly choosing hosted VoIP when they replace their legacy PBX systems, and they are doing so for the following reasons:
When you allow Sonic Systems to host your VoIP server, you get more than just a remote communications network; you also get the advantage of IT professionals handling all matters related to updates, security and call quality. If you only have a few staff members in charge of IT for your company, you can let them concentrate on other projects instead of having them focus on managing an extra network component.
Your current office network may have to be considerably upgraded if you choose to host your own VoIP system, which means that you will likely have to invest in new hardware. With a hosted VoIP plan, you will only pay for installation and monthly subscription charges that include management and electricity. You may not even have to invest in new desktop telephones since they can be equipped with VoIP adapters so that you can continue to use them; moreover, you can also choose software dialers to completely replace traditional handsets.
Like most American business owners, one of your New Year’s resolutions is to take the right steps to make your business grow in 2018. With a hosted VoIP plan, scaling up your office communications is easier and more cost-effective. Adding new lines and features is just a matter of letting Sonic Systems know about your business needs; the upgrades and expansion requests can be enjoyed almost instantly, and they may only involve a reasonable increase of your monthly subscription fee.