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Session Initiation Protocol, is a signaling protocol that enables end-to-end communication through voice, video, and chat. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is built upon the standards of SIP.

Organizations considering the switch to SIP are often familiar with its cost savings potential. If your firm places a lot of long distance or international calls, you may save a staggering amount compared to traditional phone service.

While this attribute of SIP is attractive, the benefits are far more than just financial in nature. Take a look below how your business could benefit from SIP.

  • High Reliability
  • Save on Costs
  • Immediate ROI
  • Global Potential & Mobility
  • Unified Communication
  • Network Consolidation
Cost Saving
Simplify statements and bills for your voice communications with predicable monthly costs and per-user basis. Ideal for organisation with high volumes of long distance and international calls.
Immediate ROI
SIP is a well-established technology infrastructure with minimal investment costs. Organizations who switch to SIP can appreciate cost savings from the first monthly billing.
Global Potential & Mobility
Combing your voice and data into a single network, SIP supports your business needs for fast grown across multiple geographic locations. Perfect for remote workers and flexibility.
Unified Communications
SIP can act as a gateway towards Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS). Unlocking the benefits of a IP-based communication suite with instant messaging, collaboration apps and cloud tools.
Flexibility & Mobility
SIP lets your organization connect to employees’ mobile devices (via VoIP) allowing mobile workers to remain connected to you on-premise based communication systems and maintains even if Internet connections fails.
Network Consolidation
Most companies still pay for telephone voice service and data separately, even when using a single provider. SIP trunking enables organizations to move their voice and data into a single network, treating voice calls as a form of data transmission.
No Physical Infrastructure
No Costly Hardware Investments. With SIP, your organization can add phone lines by simply connecting handsets to your data connection. Workers off-site can be integrated into your company network.
While traditional telephone service can be interrupted due to weather events or a drunk driver hitting a telephone pole, SIP trunking is a reliable technology. With a vendor that offers mobile-failover as a form of redundancy.
Simple Management
Your IT team will never have to use their mobile device to wait on hold to speak to a customer service representative again. SIP and VoIP offer easy-to-use administrative portals for on-site management.
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