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Our on-line ShoreTel quote request tool is absolutely quite simple. You as a buyer are in control, just answer the different questions below to get matched up with ShoreTel phone system vendors that can meet your requirements. Having a few phone system pricing quotes in hand, it'll be much simpler for you to make a decision.

Because the communications demands nowadays, it's important for your business to keep on top. Communication is the vital to profit, and the most basic link in communication is your business phone system. What you're looking for is a "Private Branch Exchange," or PBX. These advanced systems are what keeps communications open between employees, offices, and the outside world. It can be difficult to determine exactly what sort of business phone system you need, though.

How you go about buying and integrating a PBX into your company will be based on largely on what kind of features and services it provides, as well as how you want to host it. How much bandwidth for internet connectivity does your PBX need to have? Would you gain more from maintaining it at your office, or having a 3rd party host it? Would you need to have your service work with multiple physical locations, and maybe forward phone calls to cell phones or other remote locations?

Answering a few of these concerns is generally very important to getting the most from the system. To assist you find those answers, here's some food for consideration...

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 taken care of by many of the current PBX systems. At the most basic level, these "Auto Attendant" features includes options such as allowing the caller to navigate a (potentially huge) menu system, 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, news or stock alerts, and more.

If you'd prefer not fit a PBX into your business's physical location, there are hosting options available. Rather than running the system yourself, a hosted PBX is a standard business phone system, hosted and managed by a provider. The advantage is largely that you can take a hands off approach to the system, and have little investment in equipment. Calls can easily be routed to other numbers as well, such as cells and home phones. The flexibility and low equipment investment can make this an attractive option, or one to consider while you weight the benefits of more powerful installations at your place of business.

We've come a long way since the days of the early telephone and switchboard. The sheer power delivered by computer driven phone systems, like the modern business PBX, can do wonders for your business. After reviewing some of these potential offerings, no doubt you can see how wide reaching these benefits can be. It's my hope that some of the information above will help you determine the best system for your growing business.

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