Hosted Telephone Systems
A Hosted Phone Solution puts your business telephone system into a Data Centre rather than on your premises. Calls are made and received over your internet connection. The Phone Service is accessed through IP desk phones (VoIP phones), soft phones (virtual screen-based phones) or a mobile application.
The way we work is changing. Our hosted solution can be accessed from any location and meets the requirements of the flexible workforce. The mobile application allows users to have a single number that will follow them around and the softphone facilitates home-working as users can connect via a laptop or PC. This drives workforce productivity whilst also reducing your carbon footprint by avoiding unnecessary travel. We even provide a free audio- conferencing bridge plus video conferencing and instant messaging as part of our solution.
Each user will have presence available to them so they are able to see whether colleagues are on the phone or available to take a call as if they are all in the same office.
Hosted Phone Systems form a key part of organisations business continuity planning. Moving the platform into the Cloud as opposed to at a physical location improves your resiliency. If employees can’t make it into the office, there is a power cut or network failure then all users can continue working from anywhere with an internet connection or mobile signal.
Flexible, User-friendly Contract
Our hosted platform is initially available on a 90 day trial for up to 10 users and is simple to deploy and easily scalable.
Simply get in touch and one of our hosted VoIP Consultants will happily walk you through all the available options and help you improve the way your business communicates.
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- CTO - ESF Capital
"We initially had a trial period to test all the features of Clarion’s system. Following this we had a short lead time for install. Everything arrived preconfigured and programmed as requested, so we were simply able to plug in and use the system."