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Why Nexus IT's VoIP Service is Oh-So Tasty

 
July 31, 2014


By Miguel Leiva-Gomez,
TMCnet Contributor
 

If communication is the lifeblood of every business, VoIP is its multivitamin. Along with the fact that it runs on existing infrastructure, it's also able to save enterprise users loads of cash they would have otherwise spent on expensive legacy PTSN lines. Savings could reach anywhere from 50 to 75 percent and there's nothing to pay in terms of installation.

Still, there are some drawbacks to using VoIP. For one, many providers are still unwilling to allow teleconferences and even fewer are willing to support a virtual fax feature. This brings us to Nexus IT Consultants' VoIP offering, a service that may satisfy the appetites of businesses that need these things.

With Nexus IT, you get built-in conferencing. Not only do you get the ability to host multi-endpoint conferences, but you also don't have to pay a single extra dime to do so. The truth is that most businesses don't use VoIP simply to make one-on-one phone calls. Earnings calls, for example, have to include more than two participants.

In addition to conferencing, you also get the option to move their software into mobile environments. With mobility becoming a stronger part of business models, this is perhaps the most important feature that Nexus IT offers. The ability to remove oneself from the office and answer calls on a mobile phone using its internet service can allow people to travel internationally without worrying about long distance charges.

The part that hits home, however, is the fact that you don't need to invest in any hardware. Nexus IT's VoIP service is hosted remotely and software-based, which means that it can piggyback on any hardware you're currently using. Add on-demand support, and you have a VoIP offering that gives you an unprecedented amount of power. It's delicious!




Edited by Alisen Downey

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