Unified Communications as a Service - UCaaS
When you can’t communicate clearly, everyone in the organization is affected. The speed of doing business is also critical, and productivity cannot be negatively affected just because a person is remote or traveling. Improving the way that we communicate must be a priority to support the needs of a modern workforce. Employees are increasingly more global, more distributed, and frequently working anywhere, at any time of day. The PBX phone sitting on your desk doesn’t enable modern communication or connectivity. Employees today need technology to be productive anywhere, and on any device.
Goodbye PBX. Hello Unified Communications.
Unless an organization migrates from a PBX system, they will need to go to extreme measures just to keep their environments functioning. It will soon become prohibitively expensive to maintain both the lines and the hardware, and organizations will have to replace their PBX systems. The last time many organizations updated their phone systems was in preparation for Y2K. People feared their phone system would not make it through the date and time change, so they migrated to PBX architecture. However, even the PBX-based phone architecture is no longer modern and moving to end of life too.
Take Advantage of More Agility and Productivity with Reduced Costs
Today’s modern environment is IP-based. Moving to an IP-based architecture requires an initial investment, but the savings will be exponential. Users can make a real impact on reducing overall costs by consuming technology as needed, and only paying for what they use.
Unified Communications as a Service offers a unified, integrated solution that leverages a soft phone and combines IM, presence, voice, and collaboration. This enables rapid response communications and increased productivity. A UCaaS solution is hosted, which means organizations are not required to make a significant investment to update their infrastructure. Additionally, the Unified Communications as a Service solution is flexible. It can be deployed on- or off-premises, or in a hybrid configuration, enabling IT to configure the solution to address your unique needs. It can also be integrated with existing communication technology.