What is VoIP?
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) allows users to make calls over broadband Internet as opposed to leveraging traditional analog phone systems. The technology converts sound into digital packets andtransfers it through the internet to the desired end point. The outcome (i.e. placing a call) is nearly identical to traditional telco calling, however the multi-functionality, flexibility, and reduced costs of VoIP have driven increased adoption across the globe.
As more and more households say goodbye to traditional landlines and are embracing VoIP, enterprise companies have been cutting the cord too. But for many small and midsize businesses, the implementation of VoIP remains an uninvestigated option. No matter how small the business, there are many benefits to switching to VoIP such as enjoying the global presence enjoyed by larger enterprises.
The advance of communications technology such a Voice-over-IP and WebRTC has paved the way for more instant and effective customer-to-business contact methods. As the customer service industry adopts these various technologies, the meaning of the phrase "click to call" evolves alongside. There are several competing definitions of click to call and below we explore its transformation from a call back method to an integrated, web-based calling solution.
As telecommunication services continue to evolve, companies must strike a balance between providing secure, reliable channels as well as driving down costs to increase the bottom line. Over the past decade, innovative ways to reduce communication expenses have advanced, specifically in the development of VoIP. Today, many companies are switching over to VoIP due to its dramatic cost-saving potential in various areas such as: equipment, long distance calling, and PSTN expenses.
What is i-Comm Connect?
i-Comm Connect is dedicated to transforming business communications by developing innovative solutions for more secure, efficient, and cost effective collaboration and communication.
Over the past five years, there has been an increase in the deployment of VoIP systems in small, medium, and large enterprise businesses. As VoIP technology continues to evolve, companies have become more accepting of adopting this technology into their corporate and public networking areas. A particular industry, which is just now rapidly starting to switch over to VoIP technology is the travel industry, specifically airline companies.
In order to remain prominent, successful, and to survive in the fast-paced evolving environment we live in today, businesses have to adapt their technology constantly. Recently, there has been an effort to enhance telecommunications technology for many companies. One of the fastest growing telecommunications advancements that businesses have considered utilizing is converting to VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) from legacy systems. Adopting VoIP has increasingly generated buzz, due to its potential to revolutionize the way the world communicates.