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People are usually interconnected and exchanging valuable, important information. Keeping these communications flowing, at the heart of your business is the PBX, making sure sales agents and customers as well are able to stay in contact with one another. But what options are there in this ever-changing market?

For the most part , home phone systems are easy to make a decision on, with a small number of options and a small amount of carriers to choose from. That is no big surprise, for personal usage, there's not a lot of variety when it comes to needed features or high tech capabilities.

But a PBX is definitely an totally different decision. Companies have many different requirements and particular wishes with regards to communications. Features can make or break your PBX system, influencing your ability to scale with long term future requirements and business expansion, your ability to make use of the power of the net in your communications network (with technology such as Voice over ip,) and your capacity to remain bulletproof and safe from services outages, by using things such as battery back-up UPS systems as well as remote administrative functionality. With your PBX playing such a vital role, let's take a look at a thing or two which you may need to keep in mind.

Hiring an operator or receptionist is often times unnecessary, or just unfeasible if you have too many incoming calls. The same tasks performed by receptionist on the phone can be overseen by many of the current PBX systems. At the most basic level, these "Auto Attendant" features includes options such as allowing your users to brows through a touchtone activated menu, reach specific extensions or access information recordings. Maybe someday we'll even have a PBX that will brew a pot of coffee...

More interesting are auto-dial capabilities, which can be used to provide a wide array of useful functions. At the most basic level, many of us associate PBX auto-dialing with robo-calls, or telemarketing. However, the systems can do much more than that, with tasks like sending text messages to cell phones automated for informative personal, departmental, or company-wide alerts and notices. Recordings or messages can be delivered as well, and many packages even provide text to speech for reading messages to the recipient, such as crucial e-mails.

Among the most popular and powerful PBX systems on the market, are those delivered by Avaya and Nortel. They lead the market for a number of years, and their product lines range from small business targeted (though feature rich) low end systems, up through devices designed for huge business networks, systems capable of handling thousands of phones, calls, and messages at once.

Avaya (formerly a branch of Lucent) systems virtually all feature strong internet capabilities, with powerful VoIP services built in. This is true in their entry level systems, as well as the high end systems. 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 something you want your customers or employees to have to utter. Making sure you're able to keep in touch around the office, and with the outside world is a very real and serious demand of modern business. Your selection of a business phone system will ensure that you're capable of seamless integration with other modern technology, such as email and text messaging. Hopefully this article has helped you determine what you really need.

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