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V1 VoIP’s PBX 101 Guide

Business phone communication services are vital in establishing a direct communication with clients, but many phone services are expensive to install, maintain and utilize. This is where V1 VoIP PBX services for businesses comes in. PBX phone services utilize the Internet in order to make and receive phone calls. This way, no actual phone line are necessary, reducing the need to pay for and maintain a traditional phone service. When it comes to a PBX phones, there are four basic options, such as the traditional PBX, a hosted/virtual PBX, IP PBX and a hosted/virtual IP PBX. Knowing the difference between these systems and what it is able to offer a business and how the company benefits from the system. But let’s start at the beginning

What is a PBX
PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange. It is a private telephone network inside a business which enables employees to directly call one another, without needing to integrate a traditional phone service line. PBX phone systems share an external number, allowing for outside phone calls, in order to connect with clients and potential customers.

Hosted/Virtual PBX
A hosted PBX system utilizes VoIP to completely avoid using a traditional phone line and instead use an Internet connection to make and receive phone calls. Hosted PBX allows for further savings, regardless of what the size of the company is. A strong Internet connection is vital for hosted PBX, but it cuts operating costs by no longer needing to spend on maintaining copper phone lines.

Premise IP PBX
An IP PBX runs off of a data network and allows the business to transmit both video and audio signals over the data network. The IP PBX service generally comes through provided software. The service is inexpensive and allows a business to integrate unlimited extensions, unlimited voicemail boxes and even utilize cell phone services.

Business is all about improving productivity and increasing the bottom line. Regardless of what is sold and what services are provided, locating different methods for improving sales and cutting costs internally is very important. V1 VoIP can help your customers save on money when you resell our PBX services and solutions. Contact us today to learn more or sign up now .

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Cliffs Notes for V1 VoIP Cloud Based PBX Resellers

V1 VoIP offers a cliff notes guide to cloud based PBX resellers services solutionsV1 VoIP cloud hosted PBX resellers offer small and medium-sized businesses an affordable way to outsource their communication services. Being one of our cloud PBX resellers means not needing the start-up costs necessary and instead you get to focus on how you can provide your customers with the best services possible so they can start utilizing the many benefits that a cloud PBX system can offer them.

Whether a business is looking to change their landline to the latest in cloud PBX technology, or simply looking to upgrade their current and most likely outdated system so they can receive more benefits, V1 VoIP can help you. Our resellers know that utilizing the cloud and all its many benefits is the way to go. Plus switching to cloud based services is going to save money, which is one of the major incentives for a business deciding to update their current telephone technologies.

V1 VoIP answers all the questions our resellers have about offering cloud-hosted PBX services so you can add them to your reseller portfolio. At V1 VoIP, it’s our job to be knowledgeable in all things cloud PBX-related, so we can train you properly and your customers will see you as informed.

Here is the V1 VoIP Cliff’s Notes for being a cloud based PBX reseller.

1. The cloud will save customers money
It always comes down to money. Customers are going to want to know how much money they’re going to save by making this big switch with you. The answer will depend on the size of the company, but a rough estimate is about $20 a month or about $250 a year for a small company.

2. How does the cloud work?
Cloud computing technology is dependent on the internet so you must have an internet connection for it to work. Instead of data being stored on a piece of hardware, it’s stored in a virtual ‘cloud’ that floats around in space holding onto its bits of data.

3. Ok, so what Does PBX mean and what does it do?
PBX stands for Public Branch Exchange, and refers to the technology utilized to route the phone calls. PBX units were previously quite standard, as well as bulky in size, but were required for any medium or large-sized companies that used this technology. With cloud services, it has become usable for even small companies without taking up the space.

4. So I will save money, but why else should I use it?
Yes, saving money is the number one benefit of cloud-based PBX, but it offers companies so much more. One of the greatest benefits it affords is flexibility. Cloud PBX systems can expand when the business needs it without a lot of complications, as well as the fact that there’s more office space due to this being a wireless system are also two more big advantages.

5. My employees are mobile. What about them?
Of course they can! Using a cloud PBX system means employees can make their business calls from anywhere. Calls can also be easily routed from the office to an employee’s personal phone, which means that they don’t have to miss any more phone calls or potential opportunities.

Modern technology is once again changing how we communicate, making it so that businesses have more choices than using landlines for their voice communications these days. If you have been looking to add cloud-based PBX services to your reseller portfolio, contact V1 VoIP today to learn more about how your customers can benefit from this technology.

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Sales Tips for V1 VoIP Cloud Based PBX Resellers

V1 VoIP offers sales tips for our cloud based PBX resellers services solutions

Being one of V1 VoIP’s cloud PBX resellers means not needing the start-up costs necessary and instead you get to focus on how you can provide your customers with the best services possible so they can start utilizing the many benefits that a cloud PBX system can offer them. V1 VoIP cloud hosted PBX resellers offer small and medium-sized businesses an affordable way to outsource their communication services.

At V1 VoIP, it’s our job to be knowledgeable in all things cloud PBX-related, so we can train you properly and your customers will see you as informed. Here are key notes to tell your potential customers about V1 VoIP cloud based PBX:

1. The cloud will save your customers money
It always comes down to money. Customers are going to want to know how much money they’re going to save by making this big switch with you. The answer will depend on the size of the company, but a rough estimate is about $20 a month or about $250 a year for a small company.

2. How does the cloud work?
Instead of data being stored on a piece of hardware, it’s stored in a virtual ‘cloud’ that floats around in space holding onto its bits of data.

3. What does PBX mean and what does it do?
PBX stands for Public Branch Exchange, and refers to the technology utilized to route the phone calls. PBX units were previously quite standard, as well as bulky in size, but were required for any medium or large-sized companies that used this technology. With cloud services, it has become usable for even small companies without taking up the space.

4. Why else should I use it?
Saving money is the number one benefit of cloud-based PBX, but it offers companies so much more. One of the greatest benefits it affords is flexibility, expanding when the business needs it without a lot of complications.

5.What about mobile employees?
Using a cloud PBX system means employees can make their business calls from anywhere, even remotely. Calls can also be easily routed from the office to an employee’s personal phone, which means that they don’t have to miss any more phone calls or potential opportunities.

V1 VoIP answers all the questions our resellers have about offering cloud-hosted PBX services so you can add them to your reseller portfolio. If you have been looking to add cloud-based PBX services to your reseller portfolio, contact V1 VoIP today to learn more about how your customers can benefit from this technology.

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