With our powerful cloud technology, your company can access a vast array of business-boosting benefits geared toward large enterprises:
Cloud systems are everything you need in one virtually delivered package. With so many advantages to leverage, the only question that remains is “When do we install our new cloud phone system?”
With a cloud phone system, enterprises will also be able to acquire dozens of advanced features through unified communications as a service (UCaaS). UCaaS is essentially a cloud-delivery model that delivers convenient collaboration and communication tools—and integrates with popular applications. Some of the most notable features include the following:
After adopting UCaaS, businesses can attain a simpler, more affordable way to collaborate and communicate — with all of their features under one umbrella.
TelWare’s OneCloud is an all-in-one cloud-based hosted PBX solution that enables you to take full advantage of all UCaaS has to offer. With OneCloud, your enterprise can communicate your preferred way with seamless phone integration. TelWare is your best ally in making sure your enterprise’s communication processes run smoothly. With TelWare’s maintenance contract, you’ll experience peace of mind knowing your investment is always protected.
Though cloud and on-premises systems each have their own strengths, cloud phone systems possess undeniable advantages in these areas.
Cloud Phone Systems Offered by TelWare
TelWare is proud to offer a variety of cloud business phone systems:
OneCloud - OneCloud is an all-in-one cloud-based hosted PBX solution that allows you to take your business anywhere at any time. Gone are the days of sitting waiting for calls, or constantly missing calls. With OneCloud, you can communicate your way with seamless phone integration.
3CX - With 3CX, you can take your extension wherever you go. With apps for Android and iOS, softphones for Windows and Mac, WebRTC softphone and clientless web conferencing you are guaranteed to be kept in the loop wherever you go.
Cloud-Based Phone Systems
Also referred to as cloud PBX and virtual PBX, cloud-based phone systems use secure off-site servers, so the need for expensive and bulky on-site hardware is nonexistent. Cloud systems are easily and quickly deployed, since all you really need is power and a strong internet connection. And because TelWare monitors your network and provides regular updates, bringing you advanced performance and security, cloud systems are low stress and low maintenance for IT teams.
TelWare’s virtual PBX phone systems optimize your enterprise’s operations with an array of options:
On-premise phone systems (PBXs) are traditional phone systems that are physically deployed in your office or data center.The advantages of an on-premise system include full control and ownership over your system, as well as quality of service.
On-premise solutions are ideal choices for enterprises with unique settings, specialized configurations, or custom programming to address specific business needs. Your on-site IT staff members manage the system, or you can choose to have TelWare provide managed support.
Benefits of On-Premise Phone Systems
Control –The primary advantage of an on-premise solution is that you are in full control of what happens to your data. If you are an enterprise with privacy concerns, this fact is reassuring.
If desired, you can handle malfunctions internally. However, if your IT team’s time is limited or you are lacking enough technicians, another option is to have TelWare install a remote-access device and monitor the system for you.
Ownership —While on-premise systems are a larger initial cost, your enterprise will fully own the hardware and software licenses you buy, which means nothing leaves your premises. This level of security gives many enterprises peace of mind. And of course, after the upfront purchase, the only continuing expenditures are for upgrades and maintenance.
Security —Government entities,financial industries,and any other enterprises that have highly private information often prefer the level of security that an on-premise (or hybrid) system provides—despite the limitations and cost.
Voice Carrier— You can keep the same carrier when upgrading your on-premise phone system. VoIP trunks can also be added to reduce calling expenditures. On-premise VoIP (often referred to as a hybrid system) can be more affordable than legacy systems because it is software-based instead of hardware-based.
Training— TelWare trainers are happy to provide end-user training for your IT team.
Quality of Service — On-premise solutions don’t rely on the public internet like cloud solutions do, and that’s why they sometimes have better quality of service (QoS).If you can’t accept the occasional hiccup in your system’s QoS, your enterprise may prefer to go with on-premise instead of hosted solutions.
Disaster Recovery—If disaster strikes, on-premise solutions permit fail over to a different site.
Low Long-Term Costs– While on-premise systems have much larger initial costs because you have to pay for the hardware, server, accessories, and installation, the long-term costs can be more affordable than cloud systems if your enterprise has a fairly static number of staff.
Buying, installing,maintaining, and updating your enterprise’s VoIP system is such a time-consuming challenge that many people would prefer to outsource the work to an experienced professional.
And TelWare is happy to oblige by providing top-notch managed phone services that protect your enterprise from the risk of communications system failures.
Our customers who hold our maintenance contracts will receive the following benefits: