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Ever wondered how huge businesses manage to deal with so many calls? From small scale businesses through large businesses, the backbone of a business telephone system is their PBX, or "Private Branch Exchange." From the rudimentary days of the old switchboard systems, to the vast, feature rich business telephone systems of today - it's more than just a means of communication - the PBX is how your business stays relevant in a fast paced business world. Let's have a look at what it takes to bring this technology into your organization, or upgrade its current system.

The way you start investing in and integrating a phone system in to your business will be based on mostly on what type of features and services it provides, as well as how you will plan to use it. How much bandwidth for internet connectivity does your business phone system need? Would you gain more from having it on site, or having a third party host it? Would you need to have your service handle multiple physical locations, and maybe forward phone calls to cell phones or other remote locations?

Answering many of these questions can be crucial to getting the most from the system. To assist you find those answers, here's some food for consideration...

Power outages occur regularly. It's a little ironic to be considering leading edge business telephone systems, and realize that it is going to be driven by a power supply from a power grid engineered to the requirements of the last century. Luckily many modern-day PBX telephone systems come complete with their own integrated UPS (uninterruptible power supply) to avoid this from stopping your communications. Even in the event of a blackout, your clients and employees will still be able to count on communications going unimpeded, and the backbone of your business will remain functional, taking calls as usual.

In the world of PBX systems, standout devices are manufactured by Avaya and Nortel. They lead the market for a number of years, and their devices can fit the needs of everything from small business targeted (though feature rich) low end systems, up through enterprise systems capable of handling thousands of phones, calls, and messages at once.

They are known for high quality VoIP integration, even in their offerings for all sizes of business, from small to large. Among their offerings are the popular CS-1000 Meridian system, and the higher end CS1500 and CS2100 systems.

"Can you hear me now?" isn't just a concern for your mobile phone. Making sure you're prepared to deal with any communications needs that may crop up is serious demand of modern business. Your selection of a business telephone system will ensure that you're not only able to keep voice communications flowing, but will also allow seamless integration with other modern technology, such as email and text messaging. Hopefully some of the topics mentioned here have given you some food for thought, while determining what you really need.

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