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Resell V1 VoIP Cloud Hosted Enhanced PBX

V1 VoIP offers a white label cloud hosted PBX reseller programV1 VoIP offers resellers the latest and most technologically enhanced features that cloud hosted PBX has to offer. With our cloud hosted PBX, there is very little hardware management involved and this technology is easily scalable for a business’ growth. V1 VoIP offers a white label cloud hosted PBX reseller program. By becoming a V1 VoIP white label reseller your company maintains it’s own customer base, providing services to the individual customers on the front end, while still partnering with V1 VoIP as the system provider. The savings can be passed onto the customer, providing telephone solutions that are cost-effective for the customer, yet still with high profit margins for the providing company. The company works as client development, as well as a sales team.

As a V1 VoIP cloud hosted PBX reseller, you are provided rich revenue stream with high levels of technical support.

Cloud based hosting means that the private branch exchange is hosted by V1 VoIP on your behalf. By hosting this system, we ensure your bandwidth allocation for broadband internet access as well as ensuring that every call that you make ends up going through the PSTN network. V1 VoIP takes care of all of the components that you will be suing from soft phones top the actual protocols needed to make the system work such as the voice over internet protocols. The actual private branch exchange and with an IP hosted PBX system the connections are handled by V1 VoIP and is not actually onsite at your business.

Are you now ready to resell our enhanced PBX system? Contact V1 VoIP today to get started!

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V1 VoIP Explains Its Time To Upgrade to IP PBX System

It’s time to upgrade your business phone system from old school to up-to-date. Traditional business phone systems are outdated, don’t offer the features you want and will soon be extinct. These are not words you would use to describe your business, so why use them to describe your phone system? V1 VoIP explains why upgrading from traditional phone systems to state of the art IP PBX systems will transform your business and save you money.

IP PBX is a form of telephony system similar to the traditional phone system. This enables you to make calls within your organization by taking advantage of the location’s local area network or LAN. In this way, an IP PBX system is able to make calls by sending in data packets over the network, much similar to a computer system being connected to a network.

Traditional phone systems can easily be outgrown and add to the unnecessary cost column when your business is ready to move to a bigger and better premise. An IP PBX installed on a standard computer can easily handle a large number of phone lines and extensions. When you need to add more, they are added. If you need to scale down during non peak times of the year, this is easily accomplished.

IP PBX runs as a software so it take the advantage of the operating system and its features to deliver a hassle free experience to the user. And since the working of an IP PBX takes place as a software, you can easily configure it to eliminate phone wiring and make adding or moving of extensions much easier.

It’s time to make sure your business operations are as advanced as they can be to keep up with your competition. Give the V1 VoIP IP PBX team a call today and take your business phone system to the next level.

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V1 VoIP Explains What a PBX Phone System Is

V1 VoIP explains hosted PBX phone systems, services, and solutions for business ownersIf you’ve just begun researching phone solutions for your business, you may have come across the acronym PBX. Do you not know what that means? Do you know how it might benefit your business? V1 VoIP will give you the 411 on what PBX phone systems are. PBX stands for Private Brand Exchange. PBXs come in a wide variety, although most today are digital and leverage the Internet to send voice and video communications. PBX means a business-grade phone system. These systems offer necessary voice features that companies need to run daily operations including extension dialing, business hour settings to route calls off hours, customer waiting queues, music on hold, and call conferencing.

IP PBX or VoIP PBX
Internet Protocol (IP) PBXs are the most common systems used in business because they are expandable and upgradeable. An IP PBX delivers voice calls through VoIP. Because they leverage the Internet, IP PBXs are capable of high definition audio and many other sophisticated PBX features, such as call queuing, flexible business hour rules, and application integration, interchanging with other unified communications and CRM platforms.

A premise-based IP PBX is a VoIP-based phone system that is housed on site at the office. Instead of physically connecting to the PBX with copper wiring, phones connect to the PBX over an office’s Local Area Network (LAN), often leveraging the same Internet connectivity that your office computers do.

Hosted PBX
A hosted PBX service takes the phone system from your server closet to the cloud because hosted means virtual. Hosted PBX is is maintained by V1 VoIP and allows businesses to connect to it over the public Internet. As the business owner, this eliminates monthly PBX maintenance costs, the hassle of upgrading PBX software, and service downtime, because all these issues are handled by us.

Because of the low upfront capital expenditure hosted PBX is frequently the best fit for small and medium sized businesses. Most hosted PBX providers do not require customers to purchase any equipment beyond IP phones. V1 VoIP offers browser-based administrative portals which offer account owners full control over how the phone service is used in the office. Customers can add phones, extensions, users, and popular applications, such as Music on Hold and ACD queues, easily with a few mouse clicks.

To learn more about PBX phone systems and service, contact V1 VoIP. A representative will be happy to answer your questions and take you on a free demo of what V1 VoIP PBX can do for your business and reseller customers.

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The Components of a V1 VoIP Cloud Hosted IP PBX

V1 VoIP explains the inner components and workings of a cloud hosted IP PBX private branch exchange systemA PBX system is a private branch exchange system, but do you know the main components of this cloud hosted system? Here, V1 VoIP explains what the inner workings of this system are for easy understanding.

The PBX components themselves are relatively simple to understand as they consist of the normal telephone exchange components which allow communication. One of the easiest ways in which to understand the components on internet protocol private branch exchange is to think of them as the components in a traditional private branch exchange, just the next generation and digitized.

Cloud based hosting simply refers to and means that the private branch exchange is in fact hosted by a third party service provider. It is this service that in fact makes up one third of the components related to IP PBX. The service provider is essential in hosted internet protocol private branch exchange functionality, without the service provider the hosted system simply cannot exist at all. The service provider ensures the band width allocation for broadband internet access as well as ensuring that every call that you make ends up going through the PSTN network. V1 VoIP takes care of all of the components that you will be suing from soft phones top the actual protocols needed to make the system work such as the voice over internet protocols.

The next component is the actual phone or phones. The physical phones are really the components that most users will understand automatically. While the system is fully digital in terms of the private branch exchange, the handsets can still look very traditional. It is more about how the exchange actually works. Of course there is also a choice between hard phones, which are the more traditional handsets and soft phones. Soft phones are not actually handsets. Soft phones are really computer software that allows calls to be made on that computer; users simply plug a head set into the computer in order to use it.

The last component in the IP PBX hosted system is the actual connections needed. This is the actual private branch exchange and with an IP hosted PBX system the connections are handled by V1 VoIP and is not actually onsite at your business.

Are you now ready to get started with a cloud hosted IP PBX system? Contact V1 VoIP today to get started!

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