Unified comms bring more than just low costs
All businesses are cost-sensitive, but unified communications provider Welltel has discovered that the SME market is now following the enterprise model, asking what can be done with networked communications
Voice over IP (VoIP) isn’t a new technology, but expanded network capacity means more and more businesses are now looking at getting away from traditional PBXes. Enterprise-grade customers have long looked at IP telephony as a way of getting additional services, but for small and medium-sized businesses, the proposition has often been one of cost. New unified communications platforms may be changing that.
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