Hosted PBX - Big-Business Image at a Small Price

By: Alen Smith

Expensive premise based PBX telephone system is usually unaffordable for small businesses. In such cases, hosted PBX is a real blessing as it provides a big business image at a small price. This telephone system provides the functionalities of a conventional phone system through a dedicated connection.

With the aid of hosted PBX systems, you can manage your business better by tying up various on-site and off-site workstations together, creating a professional image among potential clients and managing all incoming calls and faxes better. A hosted PBX system is highly affordable and does not require installation of additional hardware or software. The features that are usually provided include auto attendant, ACD queuing, integrated call conferencing, dial by name directory, email delivery of fax and voice mail, fax on demand, call forwarding, direct inward dialing, multistage dialing, call blocking, advanced transfers, real-time monitoring and more.

Another important feature in the hosted PBX telephone system is follow-me call forwarding.

With this feature, every business call can be routed to a list of alternate numbers. If the call remains unpicked, the caller will be automatically routed to the voicemail. A hosted PBX system helps in coordinating various employees who are in different locations. You can also open remote and virtual offices in other cities and the system can handle a higher number of calls and more extensions. ??With the aid of hosted PBX system, your business can sound more professional, with multiple departments and a huge number of employees, even though it is a one-man business. However, the requirements of different businesses will be different and hosted PBX systems provide the provision for customization according to individual requirements. The hosted PBX system provides you with a big business image with a lot of communication comforts; besidesFree Articles, most service providers charge you only a fixed monthly service charge.

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