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6 Reasons to Choose VoIP NUSO Blog

VoIP business phone systems provide more features for growing companies.

Here is a list of reasons why your business should make the switch to VoIP:

1. Flexible 

VoIP has more flexibility compared to traditional phone lines. You can add or remove users as needed. This gives you the power to scale your phone system with your business. Have an internet connection? You are well on your way to enjoying the flexibility of VoIP. As your company changes, you can update the number of phone lines with ease.

2. Easy 

Switching over to a VoIP business phone system is easy, and anyone can use it. If you currently have telephone service from providers like AT&T, Cox, or Spectrum, you’re most likely already using VoIP for your home phone. VoIP phones are just like your current phone and plug into your internet connection. Your extensions and other features are added through your easy-to-use online dashboard.

3. Save Money 

With VoIP, businesses can save up to 70% compared to traditional phone service. VoIP reduces your cost because you don’t have to pay for a new phone line for each new employee or spend money on unused services (PRI lines). VoIP uses your existing internet connection. So, whether you’re in the office or you have at-home employees, a VoIP system allows phones to work from anywhere. Management can connect with remote uses as if they were in the office next door.

4. Get More Features 

VoIP can do things traditional phones just can’t. Take advantage of all the features you utilize while sitting at your desk plus many more that you couldn’t consider because of cost. Popular VoIP features include virtual receptionist, conferencing, call recording, call routing, softphones and find me/follow me. NUSO VoIP provides hundreds of features making customization easy. Stay tuned for our next blog post for more features to strengthen your business!

5. Better Productivity 

A VoIP system increases your company’s productivity. VoIP service can be configured to ring simultaneously on several devices like your desk phone, cell phone, along with sending call notifications to your computer or tablet. This helps reduce missed calls and phone tag. In a recent study by Sage Research, a VoIP phone system frees up to 3.9 additional work hours, per employee.

6. Built for Your Business 

Simply put, VoIP is built to help businesses grow. By incorporating VoIP into an overall unified communications plan, you can improve your business productivity and bottom line.  

Features like chat, video calls, along with screen sharing, and collaboration tools offer advantages that legacy systems can’t provide. Give your employees the tools they need to stay connected.

If you’re interested in learning more about VoIP, contact us here. Stay tuned for next week's blog post on VoIP features!