Streamline Operations and Save Money with Cloud-Hosted VoIP Services

Take a second to think: does your organization have a reliable and streamlined telephone system that allows for optimal connection, collaboration communication? Are you taking full advantage of business technology to ensure your internal and external communication channels are top-of-the-line?

Here’s the top business benefits offered by Servcom’s Cloud-hosted VoIP solutions:

  • Centralization & Full-Service Management

Possibly the greatest benefit of our Cloud-hosted VoIP solutions is that all your communications resources are centralized and streamlined for optimal collaboration with your team and your clientele.

Even better, our Cloud-hosted VoIP solutions are fully managed, meaning our clients are able to take advantage of a customized and streamlined communications platform without having to worry about management and maintenance.

  • Flexibility & Scalability

A huge priority for modern businesses is the ability to remain flexible in response to changing and growing business conditions and demands. Luckily, our Cloud-hosted VoIP solutions offer professionals a variety of ways to implement scalable solutions. This makes it easy to efficiently change settings and add or remove features as needed.

  • Functionality

Our Cloud-hosted VoIP solutions have all the same features of traditional phone systems including call-waiting, call forwarding, caller ID, and voicemail. This makes it easy for users to navigate a new communications system and make use of familiar and useful calling features.

  • Portability

One of the biggest benefits of VoIP for business is the fact that it’s available all around the world. Using any broadband connection, users can log into VoIP platforms and get a dial tone.

  • Savings

One of the biggest benefits of Cloud-hosted VoIP for business is that it’s much cheaper than relying on traditional phone systems. Additionally, since VoIP phone systems are connected via the internet, making long-distance calls is no more expensive than making local ones. This translates to huge savings on communications expenses.