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Our online Fonality quote request tool is actually straightforward. You as a purchaser are in control, just answer the various questions below to be matched up with Fonality business phone system vendors which can meet your requirements. Having several business phone system pricing proposals in hand, it's going to be a lot easier for you to make a decision.

In a world of ever changing modern technology and advancing communications needs, it's important for your business to stay on top. Telecommunications is the vital to productivity, and the most basic link in communication is your business telephone system. What you're looking for is a "Private Branch Exchange," or PBX. These powerful and technologically advanced devices are what keeps communications open between employees, offices, and the outside world. It can be difficult to determine exactly what sort of PBX you need, though.

How you will start deciding on and integrating a PBX in to your business will depend mostly on what type of functions and services it provides, in addition to how you want to use it. How much growth do you expect to see, and how long should the system continue to meet your companies telecom needs? Would you gain more from having it at your office, or having a 3rd party host it? What type of infrastructure do you have in place currently, and can you utilize it within the new system?

Answering some of these questions is generally crucial to getting the most from the system. To help you find those answers, here's some food for thought...

Power outages happen regularly. It's comical that despite having a top of the line phone service, you need to realise that it is going to be driven by a power supply from a power grid engineered to the needs of the previous century. And worse, a modern computerized system could be brought to its knees by a power outage. Fortunately many current PBX systems come complete with their own integrated battery systems, a UPS (uninterruptible power supply) to avoid this from leaving your company dead in the water, should the power go out. 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 be left unscathed.

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 run remotely, usually leased on a monthly or yearly basis. Often times, this can drive down your costs, and allow for a quick roll out, with little or no equipment needed at your places of business. Calls can easily be routed to other numbers as well, such as cells and home phones. The advantages do come at a price though, with much of your system being tied up remotely, which can become a nightmare should you later switch to a local system. Transferring everything from menus to voicemail to extensions to the new system can become difficult.

The sheer power and flexibility delivered by computer driven telephone 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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