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When you are trying to find an up-to-date phone system, you do want to make sure that you taking a look at the different choices that are available and also get professional advise and phone system quotes from multiple different providers. Be sure to take advantage of our Oregon Telematrix dealer quote tool below to obtain prices from several different vendors within your local Oregon market.

Ever wondered how huge businesses manage to cope with so many calls? From small-scale businesses through large businesses, the backbone of a business phone system is their PBX, or "Private Branch Exchange." From the rudimentary days of the old plug-in, manually operated switchboard systems, to the modern computer controlled business phone systems of today - it's more than just a means of communication - the PBX is how things get done. Let's have a look at what it takes to bring this technology into your company, or upgrade its current system.

How you would start investing in and integrating a PBX into your company will depend mostly on what sort of features and services it offers, in addition to how you plan to host it. What kind of internet connectivity does your business phone system need? Will you need to have your system handle several physical locations, and possibly forward calls to other remote locations?

Addressing a few of these questions is generally very important to finding the ideal fit for your organization, and its PBX. Let's consider one example of a key feature choice that may add a great deal to your company's phone system, and way too often neglected.

Hiring an operator or receptionist is often times unnecessary, or just unfeasible if you have too many incoming calls. You'll be glad to know that most of the same features 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...

Having your phone system perform automated tasks can save you time and money. Auto-dialing provides a means for the system to place calls (and more) all on it's own. 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.

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 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.

Avaya (formerly a branch of Lucent) systems 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.

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. But each business has unique needs and demands, and there is really no one size fits all solution. The considerations mentioned here should help you determine what will really benefit you in a business phone system.

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