New York, New York (PressExposure) April 21, 2009 -- The PBX and business telephone systems market has been turned upside down by a Las Vegas companyâs recent release. Their system, entitled âVirtualCallSystemâ, is a virtual PBX (Private Branch Exchange) which allows small and medium sized business to handle their calls efficiently and at a fraction of the cost of standard PBX services.
VirtualCallSystem is being hailed as one of the first virtual PBX systems paid month-to-month whilst also offering a range of features. These include transferring a toll-free virtual telephone number, choosing new numbers from one of four extensions (1-800, 1-866, 1-877 or 1-888), receiving e-mail notifications when a caller leaves a voice mail message (which can be listened to online, in a .WAV file), establishing how and where high priority and low priority calls are sent to and also handling up to 100 simultaneous calls.
âThese phone systems will virtually wipe out the need to buy expensive phone equipmentâ says firm CEO Gary Oberman, âAs a result the need for expensive support contracts will be completely eliminated and any systems that donât run with a virtual telephone number will be obsoleteâ.
Virtual Call System Inc. was brought to fruition in 2007. The pressure exerted on small and medium size businesses to decentralize points of operation in exchange for improved economics gave the company a tremendous opportunity. Company CEO Gary Oberman realized that one way to support these efficiencies was through innovative telephony solutions. Virtual Call Systems Inc. is now providing simple to use, low cost, virtual phone systems to small and medium size businesses all over the world.
The business telephone system market is preparing for a Web 2.0-type revolution, from standard PBX to virtual phone numbers as business telephone service supplier Virtual Call System Inc. have released their low-cost, multi-feature virtual PBX system. The system, named VirtualCallSystem, is expected to change the way businesses handle their calls and move them towards virtual PBX systems forever.
CONTACT INFORMATION Gary oberman CEO Virtual Call System Inc. 514.515.5900 firstname.lastname@example.org