VoIP Hybrid Phone Networking

Not only does the installation of a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone system give you the functionality of a traditional small business phone system (voicemail, call routing, time conditions, automated call attendant, etc), but it COSTS FAR LESS than other options and gives you an unparalleled level of flexibility and configurability.

VoIP phone systems use your existing data (internet) network to connect individual phones to a phone server which sits at your site. This phone server provides two main functions. First it enables all of the phone system features (calling between extensions, voicemail, call routing, etc). Second, it acts as the gateway to the public telephone network. VoIP phone systems can connect to the public telephone network either through traditional phone lines (Frontier, Qwest, AT&T) or via an Internet Telephony Service Provider (Vonage, VOIPStreet, VTWhite). Depending on the calling patterns of your business, the use of an Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP) could provide significant savings. Of course, ITSPs are not the best solutions for everyone, which is why VoIP phone systems are designed to work with both.

Better Way Solutions specializes in the implementation of the Asterisk PBX platform. (http://asterisk.org/support/features) Asterisk is the most popular and flexible software-based telephone system in the world, offering flexibility, functionality and features not even available in advanced, high-end (high-cost) traditional phone systems.

Our services in this area include:
  Free assessment of how the Asterisk solution may fit your business' needs
  Asterisk system configuration and implementation
  Analysis of comparative costs and stability of ITSP versus traditional phone lines for your business
  After-implementation support

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About Andy

Andy Boettcher is the technical know-how behind Better Way Solutions.

About Brian

Brian Filip manages business development, strategic consulting and project management.

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