An IP PBX (Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange) is a business telephone system designed to deliver voice or video over a data network and interoperate with the normal PSTN.
IP PBX Overview
Hosted IP PBX systems are private telephone switching systems that allow outside phone lines from a telecommunications provider to connect to extensions within the office or building over an IP (Internet Protocol) network.
IP PBX – A Closer Look
An IP PBX acts as the exchange point for businesses by routing calls, and each phone only needs an extension rather than an actual phone number. The IP PABX handles all calls made within the company, and delivers calls over an IP network.
AVOXI’s IP PBX System – AVOXI Core
AVOXI’s IP PBX System Features:
- Lower Phone Service Costs with SIP Trunking & VoIP.
- Eliminate External Conference Bridge Fees.
- Call Remote Offices & Teleworkers for Free.
- Reduce Corporate Cell “Out of Network” Minutes.
- Drop External Answering Service.
- Eliminate Fees for Moves, Adds & Changes.
- Automatic Call Forwarding to Cell Phone.
- Integration of Smart Phones as Extensions.
- Flexible and Powerful Interactive Voice Response.
- Unified Communications Features (Presence, Enterprise Instant Messaging, etc.).
- Combine Offices Into a Unified Phone System.
- Visual Voice Mail – Play Messages in Any Order.
- Automatically Put Call Details and Recording Links Into Customer Database.
- Easy and Immediate Management Reports.
- Automatic Call Distribution Queues.