3 Key Reasons Why Hosted VoIP Benefits Your Bottom Line

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hosted VoIP benefitsHosted VoIP is a system that allows your business to make calls over the Internet rather than over traditional phone lines.A number of businesses are adopting VoIP technology because it helps their bottom line.

Here are three reasons how VoIP will save you money. By the time you’re finished reading, you’ll be ready to join the masses of businesses making the switch to VoIP.S

1. Hosted VoIP Makes Phone Calls Cost-Effective

Hosted VoIP can reduce the cost of making phone calls, especially if your business currently makes numerous international calls which tend to be quite expensive.

At the moment, you might use email to communicate with your international clients. The problem with this approach, though, is that it can sometimes seem impersonal and can leave your clients feeling disaffected.

With the help of Hosted VoIP, however, international calls become more affordable. Themain reason is that VoIP doesn’t tie you into the expensive contracts you’d experience with traditional phone lines. As you save more money, it’ll be easier to improve your company’s profitability.

2. The Ability to Take Calls from Anywhere

Another benefit of VoIP is it gives you the chance to take calls from anywhere.

Traditional phone systems might only allow you to answer calls when you’re in the office. With a VoIP solution, however, you can have a single number that directs calls to all of your devices.

This helps your bottom line because you are now better positioned to deal with inbound inquiries from potential clients. It also reduces the odds of losing a client when you fail to answer their call.

3. Costs Don’t Skyrocket When Your Business Grows

Hosted VoIP is designed to scale. It’s very easy for you to add extra ‘phone lines’ to the VoIP system without having to call in an expert technician.

Traditional phone lines don’t scale as easily. These systems can become quite expensive if your business grows and you need to add additional lines. You’ll also have to pay for specialist engineers to visit your offices and add this extra phone capacity.

When such work is being carried out, it can lead to the potential disruption of your existing phone lines. It’s also worth mentioning that if an engineer is working on other phone lines in your building (that are unrelated to yours), you might also experience disruption.

Ready for Hosted VoIP?

As you can see, hosted VoIP can actually help your business and benefit your bottom line.

Whether it’s because of lower costs or improved ‘scalability,’ it’s clear that there are many ways your business will experience a positive result by investing in this solution.

Want to find out how you can implement VoIP in your business? Reach out to us to see how we can help.

Sagacent Technologies offers technology management and support, including proactive/preventative maintenance, onsite and offsite data back-ups, network and security audits, mobility solutions, disaster planning and emergency business resumption services. The company serves clients of 10 to 150 employees within the Silicon Valley region.