Business VoIP PBX

AVOXI Core, AVOXI's business VoIP PBX system, allows your business to focus on its customers.

Business VoIP PBX systems are private branch exchange systems that transfer voice packets over an IP network.

Business VoIP PBX Overview

Business VoIP PBX systems are used within offices to make connections among the internal telephones of the organization, and complete the phone calls over an Internet Protocol network.

Business VoIP PBX – A Closer Look

Business VoIP PBX systems act as exchange points for businesses by routing calls via an IP network. Each phone on the system only needs an extension rather than an individual phone number, and the PBX system handles all calls made within the company.

Business VoIP Telephone Systems: Voice over internet protocol (or VoIP) is a service that enables your company to talk over the internet instead of using traditional telephone lines. VoIP breaks up audio into very small packets of information and converts that audio into binary code bits, and transfers it over the internet. When this data segments reach its destination, it is converted back into an audio and analog signal. When internet was beginning, it was very slow at transmitting these audio messages; however, nowadays, internet speed is fast enough to make VoIP a perfect option.

AVOXI Business VoIP PBX Solution

AVOXI’s Business VoIP PBX solution AVOXI Core allows your employees to focus on your core business and eliminates the risks and costs associated with owning and maintaining an on-premise PBX.

AVOXI’s business VoIP PBX solution offers many features, including:

  • Time of day routing
  • IVR/Auto attendant
  • Call recording
  • Control panel
  • Conference rooms
  • Five free extensions
  • Voicemail to Email

PBX services have been in use since the early 1960’s. Early PBX systems enabled businesses to place internal calls without having to use an actual phone line, and allowed outside lines to be freed up from internal traffic, meaning that businesses needed fewer phone lines. By the 1990’s, technology had drastically evolved, but many businesses were hesitant to start over completely with their PBX system. This led to the creation of ports and cards that could be added to an existing PBX system, which allowed network ability and functionality to be increased without expensive hardware purchases. By the late 1990s, features such as IVR were becoming common, and hosted providers were starting to pop up, as well as VoIP providers. Today, PBX systems are much more robust, and businesses have the choice of hosting their own PBX on-site, or having a provider host the system for them.

Benefits of business VoIP PBX include:

  • Cost reduction
  • Mobility
  • Scalability
  • Reliability
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