When Georgia Dental Implant Center decided to open a satellite office in Midtown Atlanta one of the challenges was to figure out a solution that would allow the same features and the same 3 or 4-digit dialing at each of their sites, so that calling or paging someone in another office is as easy as calling someone in your office. When serving patients in either location, they needed a system that unified all of their communications, increases operational efficiency, doesn’t require a large upfront investment and is easy to administer.
There are many benefits to using Hosted VoIP rather than a traditional phone system, or an on-premise VoIP system. The main benefit is cost- a Hosted VoIP system costs much less to set-up than an on-premise PBX. In many cases, there are no set-up fees for a hosted VoIP system. Hosted VoIP phone systems fall under operational expenditure rather than capital expenditure, which also make hosted VoIP systems attractive to businesses.
Another benefit to a hosted VoIP system over an on-premise PBX is that hosted VoIP providers will take care of all the set-up and installation, meaning you do not need to be a telecom or VoIP expert in order to get hosted VoIP.