Enable your workforce to be more mobile, adaptable and competitive.
The way we work is evolving and becoming more flexible. The challenge is ensuring that your communications technology can keep up. Chances are, your existing, legacy on-premise telephony infrastructure wasn’t built with today’s demands in mind, and it could be holding your business back.
ClearVC can help by creating a bespoke telephony solution for your business which provides the latest features and innovations, via an easy-to-use Cloud-based portal.
What is Hosted Voice?
Hosted voice is a cloud-based business service where a company’s telephone technology is hosted off-site by a service provider. Rather than purchasing, installing, maintaining, and upgrading telephone infrastructure and a PBX (private branch exchange) on business premises, Hosted Voice services allow a company to outsource these tasks to a third party, who provides connectivity via Internet connections using VoIP. Businesses pay a monthly fee for use of hosted voice services.
Features of Hosted Voice:
- Call Forwarding
- Call Routing
- Call Recording
- Call Queueing
- Usage Reporting
Benefits of Hosted Voice:
Be More Productive
Since 45% of smartphone users are using their handsets for work related activities hosted phones can help unlock their potential.
Be Prepared for Technical Glitches
Hosted phones are protected from disaster. If a site is down, life carries on as normal for staff and customers alike.
Be in Control
Never miss a call, never miss a lead, never miss an opportunity. Hosted phones allow for a variety of set up solutions.
We know where technology is heading and the awareness to judge the tools that will make a difference to businesses.
Whether in the office, at home, or halfway across the world, adapt to business scenarios with ease.
Be Ready to Grow
Changing needs can always be catered to. Whether scaling up or scaling down, hosted phones help businesses get there.
Upgrade Your Telephony By 2025
Did you know in less than 3 years from now your traditional landline will cease to work?
In December 2025 Openreach will turn off the traditional phone network, Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTN) and Integrated Service Digital Network (ISDN), as part of the move to Voice IP Services.
This could mean that your phone stops ringing, but also your building entry system, lifts, card machines and broadband will all cease to work. What impact would this have on your business?
With our combination of in-house experts, consultants and close partnerships with global UC vendors, we can offer an agnostic approach for our to ensure that we deliver the most appropriate and best available solution to modernising your phone system.