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When you use a hosted PBX system, you shift your entire phone and communications infrastructure to a VoIP provider like Epik Networks.
Instead of using a regular phone that’s connected to your PBX, your team can use any SIP phone that can receive data. All the calls your team makes or receive are established over the network your computers use to access the Internet.
Business broadband can usually support the communication needs of your entire office. If you choose Epik Networks as your Toronto VoIP provider, you’ll also access features like call routing, conferencing, call recording, and more.
Cloud-based PBX systems connect your phones to an outside VoIP data center. Each phone connects using an individual login and it provides your employees with features like voicemail, email delivery, video conferencing, and more, so they can do their jobs from wherever they are.
From a management perspective, a hosted PBX system is very easy to manage. The system offers managers the ability to divert calls so they can prevent bottlenecks during incoming call spikes.
Cloud-based PBX systems come with user-friendly interfaces, so managers can quickly train new employees on how to use them. The systems also eliminate office boundaries, empowering your teams to work from home or on the field.
A hosted PBX also has built-in redundancies like failover and interconnected data centers, so businesses can be sure they’re always up and running.