Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) is becoming the mainstream choice for most organizations. Does using Internet facing circuits instead of private circuits sound intimidating? It doesn’t have to. IT Company Inc. partners with the world’s leading UCaaS providers, and can address concerns about security, redundancy, quality of experience, and more.
Why choose UCaaS?
- Efficient collaboration
- Enhanced mobile and remote user experience
- Flexible and scalable to meet your needs
- Immediate cost savings and optimized billing
- Fast implementation and easy upgrades
- IT staff can prioritize other business needs
- Improved customer contact experience
- Faster third-party integrations
- Business continuity and security
- Faster problem solving with expert tech support
UCaaS means that your employees can get the same unified communication experience regardless of whether they’re in the office, working remotely, or logging in from a mobile device. Everyone gets the same interface, which boosts productivity.
UCaaS services are scalable to match the ebb and flow of the business. This provides the customer the assurance their communication requirements are nimble. Add additional users in minutes instead of days or weeks.
UCaaS provides business continuity because telecom traffic can be re-routed very quickly during a power outage, network outage or server failure. One missed call can equate to lost revenue, but UCaaS can reduce, and possibly eliminate missed
Because they run in the cloud, UCaaS solutions come with minimal capital expenditure. There’s no need to lease new phones or integrate new hardware. It’s even possible to reduce operating costs because you don’t have to invest in on-site infrastructure, pay increased energy bills or configure onsite phone system hardware.
UCaaS portals allow on-demand movement dictated by the client. Admin credentials authorize the ability to add, modify, and delete users. It also allows the upgrading or downgrading of subscription needs. Since this is real-time, the client does not have to call the provider for assistance.
UCaaS systems are all built on a software stack that can be integrated through APIs into your existing custom or packaged applications to improve end-user efficiency and your customer experience.
Some organizations have already made huge investments in legacy PBX phone systems. But they still want the benefits that come through converging all local and long distance phones systems and broadband Internet services onto one line. SIP Trunking allows businesses to reap VoIP-like benefits with legacy systems, without investing in new infrastructure. Using SIP, you can consolidate all your communication systems, including data and voice into one bill and a single point of contact.