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Why VoIP Cloud PBX Reselling Is Hotter Than Ever

The way we did business changed when Covid-19 brought the world to a halt. Never has VoIP communication services been more highly in demand and V1 VoIP resellers are bringing in new customers faster than ever. While PBX phone service was previously in demand because of its affordability, now it’s in demand out of necessity.

As a V1 VoIP cloud PBX reseller, your customers are going to need cloud-based services to take their businesses forward and possibly virtual. And will love receiving them at a lower price than their regular phone bill.

In order to be a V1 VoIP cloud PBX reseller, you will need to understand what your customers want. The most likely answer is going to be high quality service at an affordable cost and ability to adapt to unforeseen circumstances. With V1 VoIP cloud based services and solutions you are able to do this for them, and it’s highly likely that you’ll have a customer for life.

In a lot of ways it’s almost as if cloud based V1 VoIP services were built for these uncertain times. Some of features and benefits you can tell your customers they can expect to receive when they choose a cloud PBX phone system: time-saving, cost saving, easy to setup, remote options, advanced features, message management, call forwarding, voice mail, Smartphone and Tablet options, and more…

The fact that technology is always changing in the business world makes it so that every business needs to keep up with these quickly-changing technologies if they want to either be or stay completive in the global business world of today. Now you have the ability to resell these services to businesses who need them. Contact the V1 VoIP cloud PBX team today.

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V1 VoIP’s Disaster Preparedness Cloud Tips

V1 VoIP gives tips to prepare for a natural disaster for cloud based phone systems

One of the most important reasons that V1 VoIP gives both customers and resellers for deploying a cloud based system is natural disaster preparedness. Whether it’s a hurricane, earthquake, lightning strike, tornado, or flood, natural disasters occur and it’s important that your business know how to handle them when they do.

Because all business-related data is stored virtually so that when a disaster occurs such as a fire or a flood, the data is not lost. The cloud stores all the client contact details virtually where no disaster can attack it. No doubt, using cloud services for disaster recovery could save your company. The key for natural disaster preparedness is knowing how to keep the business running (continuity) and how to restore everything to normal (recovery).

Here are some of the questions V1 VoIP encourages it’s resellers to ask their business customers:

1. What types of disasters are likely to happen in your geographic area? Are you in California dealing with earthquakes or in Florida where they have hurricanes. The type of disaster you might deal with will determine many different things.

2. What data, hardware and software are essential for operations? Essential meaning what will keep you up and running.

3. What security and corporate compliance regulations affect your business? What is the chain of command for vital business decisions?

4. Which employees, partners and customers must have access? Add to that, what specifically do those people need access to? What resources will staff need to keep working from alternate locations?

With this information in hand, you can establish robust backup, document and test restore procedures, and train staff. Don’t be caught when the cloud turns into a rain cloud, talk to V1 VoIP today about your natural disaster preparations and never experience a disruption during an emergency.

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V1 VoIP Resellers Love Cloud Based VoIP Services

V1 VoIP resellers offer cloud based VoIP services and solutions to small and medium size businesses

V1 VoIP resellers offering business customers our cloud services are busy these days because the costs for signing up for high-tech cloud VoIP services continue to lower. Our resellers know it’s only a matter of time before all business are using cloud-based VoIP technology.

Who has already signed up for V1 VoIP cloud-based VoIP services? The businesses that consider themselves to be forward-thinking. These businesses are considered to be leaders in their chosen field and are ready to explore and utilize any new technologies that will help them transition into the modern communication era. Cloud-based VoIP services bring them the solutions they need that can better improve the overall efficiency of their business. V1 VoIP cloud based resellers open many the doors to effectively communicating with others.

So why would a business wait to sign up? The top two rebuttals V1 VoIP resellers hear from small and medium-sized businesses are waiting to sign up for high-tech cloud VoIP services are 1) the phones work fine and 2) they don’t think the quality will be good.

Sure, a business might be satisfied with their current business communication services, but that doesn’t mean they are providing efficient means of communicating. Because they think they phone rings and they answer, many businesses tend to be resistant to change and unaware of the vast features VoIP services can offer them to make their life easier. Guess what, the call quality will be better than what they already have, as VoIP phone calls uses internet bandwidth to connect.

It’s simply a fact that new VoIP technology will be replacing the landline systems that so many businesses have been using for many years now, which means it’s only a matter of time before every business has signed up to receive high-tech cloud VoIP services. If you’re someone who’s been thinking about reselling cloud VoIP services, be sure to contact V1 VoIP today. At V1 VoIP, we can help get you started reselling cloud VoIP services as soon as you’re ready. And because we’re the leading experts when it comes to reselling VoIP technology, rest assured that we can provide you with everything you need to know so you can start reselling cloud VoIP services with confidence today.

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V1 VoIP Explains: Three Types of Cloud Computing Options

V1 VoIP explains three types of cloud computing options for resellers

Cloud-based VoIP options have recently been made more affordable to small and medium sized businesses, which means they are looking into all of their available choices when it comes to using new VoIP telephone technology. V1 VoIP makes sure that our VoIP resellers remain up to date with everything there is to know about the VoIP services and solutions we offer, ensuring they are poised to offer business customers what they need. When it comes to cloud computing, V1 offers three different cloud computing platforms.

Here V1 VoIP explains a brief overview on three different cloud-computing options for our resellers to offer businesses:

Software as a Service (SaaS): SaaS is a form of cloud computing that is able to send a solo application through a browser in order to reach its intended customers. Many types of HR departments often use this form of cloud computing. It is popular because it is easy use of and offers a variety of desktop applications available. SaaS is widely accepted to have been introduced to the business world by the Salesforce Customer Relationship Management (CRM) product. As one of the earliest entrants it is not surprising that CRM is the most popular SaaS application area, however e-mail, financial management, customer service and expense management have also gotten good uptake via SaaS.

Platform as a Service (PaaS): PaaS is a variation on SaaS because this platform allows a business to create their own applications. When communicating with their customers, these applications can be utilized. PaaS is especially useful in any situation where multiple developers will be working on a development project or where other external parties need to interact with the development process.

Utility Computing (UC): Many businesses are starting to use UC platforms more commonly as the many features that come along with utility computing become more necessary in day to day business.

To get started offering cloud-based computing options to your customers, contact a member of the V1 VoIP team today.

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