Businesses are looking for phone-service options to stay connected with their clients. There are countless phone-service options, but one great option is Avaya IP Office, which offers several key benefits.
Your business depends on your communications network. If your phone system is often down, important business opportunities may be missed, and your clients will not receive the service they expect. Avaya IP Office offers an extremely dependable system, so your business will stay on track.
2. Highly mobile
Business is often performed while on the run, but traditional phone systems make conducting business outside the office difficult. Avaya IP Office is compatible with mobile phones and computers, so when your workers are outside the office, they can still conduct business. When you use Avaya, your cell phone acts as your desk phone. The mobility offered by Avaya is second to none.
3. Easy to expand
Your business will grow over time. As your company grows, you will need more office space and a bigger phone system. Traditional phone systems require more on-site equipment and CO (Central Office) phone lines. This costs cost time and money. Conversely, Avaya IP Office quickly expands with your business. If you wish to expand, then simply upgrade your software or add additional phones.
4. Improved customer service
IP Office's services make connecting with the right employee easy. The system also makes it easy for employees to communicate with one another, so they can better serve the client. With Avaya, your customer service will greatly improve.
Getting the right phone system is critical, and the Avaya IP Office is one of the best phone systems on the market.
For information about Avaya IP Office, contact TelWare at 1-800-637-3148 or email@example.com. TelWare is a national leader in the installation of voice, video, data and unified communication solutions. TelWare is an authorized Avaya, Star2Star and SimpleWAN dealer.
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