3CX Phone – solution to make your office PBX phone mobile (Sponsored)
Sep 18, 2013 7:50 AM –
3CX Phone is a further addition to 3CX’s rich family of Android-friendly solutions for businesses. At its core is a Windows-based IP PBX (private branch exchange) with stacks of features and cost-effective advantages.
Firstly, as it’s a software solution, it wholly does away with the need for standard PBX hardware and therefore requires no new wiring or complex installation. The management console is secure and web-based, meaning control is wherever you are and not fixed to a static location. It supports SIP phones, VoIP providers and more traditional PSTN phone lines so it will run on top of whatever system you already have. In a nutshell, it’s flexible and simple to integrate, regardless of your current set up.
The mobile solution means remote or on-the-road employees literally carry their phone extension around with them, meaning greater accessibility, productivity and improved customer service.
Another advantage over more traditional systems is with 3CX Phone’s scalability. You’re not reliant on expensive hardware so upgrading the size of your phone network will never be a ‘big job’ that requires significant interruptions or system downtime. Furthermore, with the underlying system being built on Windows, it offers better integration with other software solutions.
Subsequently, the system is very low maintenance, reliable, cost-effective, simple to use and powerful.
We have already reviewed and discussed the company’s other services, namely Remote Android Desktop and Mobile Device Manager, so this is yet another dynamic application to compliment corporate mobile networks. Thousands of organisations worldwide already use 3CX’s solutions, including Pepsi, Boeing, Toshiba and M.I.T. so their services are highly regarded and professional.
If you’re involved in corporate IT and/or Telecoms, it’s perhaps worth seeing what they might be able to do for your business. Be sure to read more about it, try out their free edition software and discover their mobile clients (which include both Android and iOS, all of which can be found here.)