VoIP

Microsoft’s Phone System

Your competitors’ phone solutions are evolving to keep them competitive, and so should yours.  By partnering with Microsoft, BBTech provides a state-of-the-art hosted VoIP solution.  Unlike traditional PBX systems, Microsoft’s solution is delivered without the expensive setup, bulky hardware, and expensive administration costs.  Because Microsoft’s hosted VoIP solution is cloud-based, installation is quick and easy. Since it integrates seamlessly with Outlook and Office 365, you can take advantage of features like:

  • Click on a name in the address book to make a call
  • Change your voice message based on availability
  • Distinctive ringing

Other features include:

  • Call history
  • Call on behalf & call delegation
  • Call Transfer (Blind, Consult & Mobile)
  • Device switching
  • Voicemail
  • Music on hold
  • and so much more

With Microsoft’s phone system you’ll save time and money, enjoy enterprise level features without the added expense, scale freely, connect employees anywhere, and have our team handle everything for you. Users can use their mobile devices, a headset with a laptop or PC, or one of many IP phones that work with Skype for Business.  Some businesses can save CAPEX dollars by adopting headsets rather than purchasing desk phones for their employees.

If you answer “YES” to any of the following questions, then you should consider Microsoft’s Phone System:

  1. Are you looking to reduce telecommunication costs?
  2. Looking for additional features not available in your current phone solution?
  3. Do you have an old, unsupported, on-premise PBX solution?
  4. Already using Microsoft’s Enterprise Office 365 (E1, E3 or E5) subscriptions?
  5. Paying too much for on-premise PBX support?
  6. Are you a start-up needing a phone solution quickly?

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