From the SIP Trunking Experts

March 20, 2014

HiperPBX Helps Companies Deal With Complexity of Voice Communications

By Michelle Amodio SIP Trunking Report Contributor

Voice communications have come a long way since the inception of IP telephony. While it has simplified many processes and how businesses deal with day-to-day operations, companies of all sizes have to find a way to manage their connectivity.

Small businesses need to convince the market they can handle large jobs, whereas enterprise-level corporations need to stay on top of keeping multi-sites connected. How can small businesses up to the larger businesses maintain and stay relevant with their varying communications needs?

HiperPBX offers IP PBX solutions that fit any sized company with its solutions, ranging from its SOHO series to its CP series.

PBX stands for “private branch exchange,” and it is responsible for switching calls between users on local lines while allowing all users to share a certain number of external phone lines. A PBX is much cheaper than maintaining an individual line for each user to the telephone company's central office.

One of the main advantages of an IP PBX is the fact that it employs converged data and voice networks. This means that Internet access, as well as VoIP communications and traditional telephone communications, are all possible using a single line to each user. This provides flexibility as an enterprise grows, and can also reduce long-term operation and maintenance costs.

With HiperPBX, it’s not just about the PBX, but messaging, teleworking and mobility. At this year’s ITEXPO in Miami, Gustavo Scheveloff of HiperPBX showcased the company’s new software modules and their applications in the field. Scheveloff demonstrated in a training session how HiperPBX solutions can help the corporate business and call center market.

Hear what Scheveloff had to tell attendees at this year’s show about the company’s solutions and how they can benefit businesses of all sizes from this exclusive TMCnet interview:

Edited by Rory J. Thompson
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