Small and Home Office VoIP PBX Systems

Shawnee Mission, KS (PressExposure) January 11, 2010 -- Enjoy PBX Features in Your Existing Telephone Connection

The remarkable advantage of small and home office VoIP PBX systems is that the PBX functions can be utilized without purchasing and installing costly PBX equipments and software. The various call handling functions in the system can be incorporated into your existing telephone connection, thus eliminating the need for new telephone lines. Moreover, several extension lines can be maintained any time from a single connection.

VoIP PBX phone system [] is incorporated with efficient call handling functionalities such as find me follow me call forwarding, auto attendant, voicemail, call waiting, fax mail, call conferencing and more. These features can be personalized, based on your particular requirements.

VoIP PBX totally eliminates the need of appointing support personnel for answering calls. The auto attendant included in the system answers all calls with suitable greetings. It provides the callers with a list of options such as dial by name and dial by extension, and depending on the choice made by the caller, calls are routed to the right extensions.

State-of-the-art Features for a Flourishing Business Image

Using the find me follow me call forwarding function, calls to your official phone numbers can be forwarded to the additional set of telephone numbers including personal cell numbers. The voicemail facility rules out any chance of missing calls. Calls remaining unanswered after a certain number of rings are directed to the voicemail system, so the callers can leave voice messages. With the voicemail to email feature you can maintain constant contact with your business associates, employees and clients.

Small and home office VoIP PBX systems help in creating a big business image even for small and medium-sized businesses.


P.O. Box 14003,
Shawnee Mission,
KS 66285-4003
PH: 877-587-6900

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Press Release Submitted On: January 10, 2010 at 8:56 pm
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