VoIP phone systems have become a business necessity in recent years, and the number of companies implementing VoIP to achieve the benefits of a reliable, flexible communication system is now growing more quickly as many companies explore the option of operating remotely for the foreseeable future.
In fact, according to Grandview Research, the VoIP industry reached a market size of $69.3 Billion in 2020. VoIP is expected to grow to an impressive 20.4% CAGR, reaching $145.8 Billion by 2024.
In just the past few months, much has changed in the business realm and more employees than ever are now working from home in the midst of the pandemic. This means that many employees are adjusting to remote work for the first time and finding their new normal while adding work as an element of their home life.
The good news is that, thanks to cloud-based VoIP systems and mobile video conferencing systems, working from home is not just possible, but easier than ever before due to the robust features offerings available in the cloud or via mobile devices.
Cloud software solutions boast an array of small business benefits. But how do you know which solutions will have the most impact on your small company, and which ones should you embrace first for the best results?
Our cloud-based software toolkit contains a series of 3 infographics that outline the cloud software systems recommended most for small comapnies: VoIP and Unified Communications (UC), Contact Center, and CRM.
In the midst of a global pandemic, communication is more valuable than ever. With many businesses forced to transition to remote work, the need for systems beyond the basic phone line has increased. This has led many businesses to consider Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems and unified communications ...
VoIP has been around for decades and is a popular replacement for traditional phone systems in businesses of all sizes–and for good reason. VoIP allows businesses to make calls over WiFi, which means that it has far more flexibility than physical phone lines. For instance, you can add and remove lines almost i...