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It Is Time To Upgrade That Old Business Phone System
If your company is using outdated phones, you may be risking your business and hurting your brand. Many organizations tend to hold onto old phone systems for 10 to 20 years or more. How your phone calls are routed, or as it is more commonly called telephony, is one of the most important technology pieces you can provide for your business.
No matter the size of your business, how your customers view your business is directly tied to how well your telephony is delivered. So if you are still picking up your old touch-tone office phone just to make voice calls, it may be time to think about updating your business phone system. Here are 5 reasons why you should upgrade to a VoIP Cloud-Based Phone Solution from Odin Technologies.
1. Cost Savings
The main reason most companies move up to a new VoIP Business system is the cost savings. A true VoIP system eliminates the extra cost to maintain separate voice and data networks and wires. There is no expensive phone switch to buy or maintain. And with a cloud-based voice system you only pay for the service as a monthly subscription; oftentimes for the same or LOWER price than you are paying with companies such as Comcast, AT&T, Time Warner, Century Link, etc.
2. Big Business Telephone Features
Let’s face it, your current phone system most likely has limited features. And if you want to add a new feature, chances are it requires a specific hardware component and system configuration to make it work. Not to mention an expensive engineer to install it all. And it adds to your cost. But in The Cloud, you can now have a wide range of big business features to help you stand out. Features like; Auto Attendants, Dial Plans, Voicemail Boxes, Conference Calls, Call Hunting, Ring Groups, and many more.
3. Your Telephony Grows As Your Business Grows
Scalability is easy with a Cloud-Based solution. You can easily add new phones as you add new employees. And as your business grows in terms of personnel and remote locations, VoIP phone systems make it easy to add users, offices, devices, numbers, services, and capacity without reinventing the wheel.
4. Remote Agents and Representatives
Connect your staff across multiple geographic locations, at home and even on the move. If your business has field workers, such as remote sales reps, the ability to easily connect a customer to them is important. When your customer calls looking for an employee who works remotely, it is embarrassing to recite a cell phone number to them. With our solution, you can press a button on the phone and transfer the customer directly to the reps mobile number; or any number!
5. You Are Future-Proofing Your Telephony
With Cloud-Based VoIP Service, the technology is updated automatically and there’s no expensive phone switch to replaced down the road. And a hosted system won’t go out of date. A recent study by Gartner has shown a rise in cloud-based business systems from 8% in 2013 to 33% in 2017. It’s also estimated that 66% of businesses will embrace the cloud by 2022. – It’s the future!
What Odin Technologies Can Do For You
Anyone can buy or sell a phone system. But choosing the right features for your company and configuring your telephony to do what your business needs is a different story. At Odin Technologies we will sit down with you at your business and go over what your telephony needs truly are. We won’t sell you something just because you think it is a good idea. We will work with you to make sure it makes business sense and the feature solves a business problem.
So what are you waiting for? Contact us today for a free consultation and needs assessment. We are only a phone call away.

So what are you waiting for? Call us for a free needs analysis and let us install an enterprise-class phone service in your business today!


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“People in any organization are always attached to the obsolete – the things that should have worked but did not, the things that once were productive and no longer are.”
– Peter F. Drucker