Phonefusion Features for the Executive

By: Sam Schwartz

Executives working for companies with branches all over the world need to be in touch constantly. VoIP is an innovative technology whose value is slowly being realized by enterprises. Executives using VoIP should clearly recognize their VoIP requirements and service providers, and PhoneFusion is one of the leading VoIP service providers.

PhoneFusion provides important services to executives to expand their businesses. Some of the main features that are of utmost importance to the executives include:

Find Me/Follow Me - One of the high points of PhoneFusion, this feature assures that executive is always in your reach, no matter where he is located. If the executive is not in a position to attend a call, then he can always check it later on via voicemail. Moreover, calls are automatically transferred to one of the pre-configured phone numbers. If the executive is not available at any of the numbers, then the call is relayed to his mailbox.

Call Notifier - With this service, executives can receive an e-mail as soon as someone has left a message and provides the details on missed calls. Unlike Caller ID that flashes incoming numbers only when the cell phone is switched on, a Call Notifier provides a constant service to let the executives know who, when and how often someone has tried to contact them.

Web Call Back - With this feature, you can place a call to anyone, anywhere at very low rates. All that is needed is Internet access (of any speed) to activate the call. This is an international long-distance phone service, which can provide executives around the world international calls at any time.

The Web Call Back feature is a boon for executives who spend most of their time traveling. It's also great for people calling from Hawaii, Alaska, Guam, Puerto Rico and other US territories, as toll-free numbers do not work in these countries and local access numbers are not available.

Top Searches on
Phones
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 

» More on Phones