The benefits of hosted PBX for your company

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There are many advantages of having your PBX hosted over one that is premise-based. Here are some important benefits to consider before making a decision…
• Centralised management – control and governance over your procurement standards.
• Decreased variable distance charges – decentralised managed sites might be deemed as small, but when grouped together, the profile of services and costs are large.
• Substantial improvement on your bottom-line of individual offices – savings opportunities such as infrastructure optimisation, service optimisation and other initiatives.
• Variable voice charges could be reduced in specific areas such as:
o Inter-branch calling.
o Mobile to mobile calls in the office or between offices.
• Leverage bulk buying power and economies of scale.
• Central telephony management system.
• Greater control over private call monitoring – number blacklisting, number whitelisting and special alerts.
• No inefficient cellular routing and contracts at various rates.
• Cohesive service management.
• Standardise procurement management such as a preferred service provider list.
• Centralised control, monitoring and fault resolution.
• Future proof – as your system grows to thousands of extensions, the shelf-life of phones and edge devices is limited to only the hardware in your offices.
• Automatic refresh of edge devices after 5 years – included in your monthly fee.
• No unnecessary costs of duplicating PBXs at the same site.
• Voice termination savings – bring all your branches under a single, centralised umbrella without having to replace all the PBXs at your branches.
• Only a single version of PBX software is needed – automatically refreshed on a quarterly basis.
• Single SLAs agreements for all branches.
• Lower carbon footprint.

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over one that is premise-based. Here are some important benefits to consider before making a decision…

  • Centralised management – control and governance over procurement standards.
  • Decreased variable distance charges – decentralised managed sites might be deemed as small, but when grouped together, the profile of services and costs are large.
  • Substantial improvement on bottom-line of individual offices – savings opportunities such as infrastructure optimisation, service optimisation and other initiatives.
  • Variable voice charges could be reduced in specific areas such as:
    • Inter-branch calling.
    • Mobile to mobile calls in the office or between offices.
  • Leverage bulk buying power and economies of scale.
  • Central telephony management system.
  • Greater control over private call monitoring – number blacklisting, number whitelisting and special alerts.
  • No inefficient cellular routing and contracts at various rates.
  • Cohesive service management.
  • Standardise procurement management such as a preferred service provider list.
  • Centralised control, monitoring and fault resolution.
  • Future proof – as your system grows to thousands of extensions, the shelf-life of phones and edge devices is limited to only the hardware in your offices.
  • Automatic refresh of edge devices after 5 years – included in your monthly fee.
  • No unnecessary costs of duplicating PBXs at the same site.
  • Voice termination savings – bring all your branches under a single, centralised umbrella without having to replace all the PBXs at your branches.
  • Only a single version of PBX software is needed – automatically refreshed on a quarterly basis.
  • Single SLAs agreements for all branches.
  • Lower carbon footprint.