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VoIP & Cloud Hosted Systems 

VoIP is an internet phone service that allows you to receive and make calls on your computer or mobile device. It is a highly cost-effective call management solution for businesses of all sizes. Using a business VoIP service, you can efficiently manage business calls, build a stronger relationship with customers, and improve sales.

 

YTL's Cloud/VoIP Systems are complete business communications and collaboration solutions that empower users to work more efficiently and productively. We back this up with a deep range of integrations into vital business applications such as CRM Applications as well as Contact Centre out of the box.

If your business is on-the-go, VoIP services can be a tremendous benefit to you because they will follow you wherever you go.

Cloud/VoIP Business Benefits

  • Lower Costs

  • Highly Reliable

  • Ease of Installation, Configuration, Maintenance

  • Unlimited Scalability

  • Simplified Conferencing

  • Worldwide Access

  • Mobility of your Service​

  • Network Flexibility

  • Better Use of Bandwidth

  •  More Effective Communication

  •  Easy Integration with Other Business Systems

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Traditional 'On Premise' and Cloud-Based 'Off Premise' Options 

An On-Premise Phone System involves hardware and software that is located in a customer’s building. These on-premise components of a telephone system are commonly referred to as common equipment units, phone system cabinets, servers, and central processing units.

A Cloud or Hosted Phone System solution involves hardware and software that is not located in a customer’s building. Hardware and software is provided by a service provider “off-premise”.

Several phrases are used for off-premise phone systems such as:

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