VoIP (or Voice over Internet Protocol) is a general term for any transmission technologies that deliver voice communications over IP networks such as the Internet. Simply put, it means routing your voice traffic over the same network as your data traffic.
Is Voice Over IP Right For Your Business?
Probably so, but the best way to make an informed decision regarding an enterprise VoIP system is to partner with an expert you can trust. ATCOM has been in the voice and data business since its inception. ATCOM brings the expertise you need to the table. We have extensive voice application experience and a complete understanding of how voice affects data networks. We know that voice is more than just an application – it is the heart of your business.
Explore the Benefits of VoIP
Each scenario has to be examined individually. To say that VoIP will benefit your company without performing a complete analysis of your specific needs and your data network would be misleading. At ATCOM we draw on our vast telecommunications knowledge. Only after we analyze your operational structure do we make real, concrete recommendations–recommendations that can streamline operations, save money, improve efficiency and boost employee morale.
VoIP can reduce both communication and infrastructure costs. One example of these savings or that can lead to significant savings is routing phone calls over existing data networks to avoid the need for separate voice and data networks.
Standardize and consolidate
One of the greatest advantages of VoIP is the ability to tie together users from various remote locations to a single, common communications system. Often, duplicate positions across offices can be combined to reduce overhead costs. Both multi-site companies and companies with mobile employees benefit through increased collaboration and control.