Category: SIP Trunking

When Chaos Comes Along, Fall Back on Your Disaster Recovery Plan

After a season filled with record breaking disasters across the globe it only seems fitting to discuss disaster recovery plans. From forest fires to level five hurricanes, people in many places have been evacuated from their homes and daily lives. When is normalcy regained after disasters such as these? When do people get back to work or fall […]

Diversified Call Paths with SIP Trunking

SIP trunking continues to be an appealing option for businesses who are looking to reduce costs and protect their data. Even if you're under a contract with a PSTN provider, SIP trunking can be combined with your solution to ensure maximum efficiency and security as failover. By diversifying your call paths with SIP trunking, you'll […]

Member Frustrations Be Gone: 6 Credit Union Phone System Must Haves

Consumers today know what they want, and they want it NOW. Likewise, credit union members today know what they want from their credit unions, and they are not shy about voicing their opinions. High level decisions are not made blindly in today's market where consumers have limitless knowledge at their fingertips. Before making purchase decisions […]

Your Phone System Just Crashed… Now What?

When your phone system initially crashes, alarms don't go off to alert you. A large red flashing light doesn't catch everyone's attention. Employee computer screens don't display "ALERT" in big bold letters. Instead, you and your employees sit there, working as you would normally, unaware of the customers desperate to reach your support desk, or […]

What are the Impacts to Your Business if Your Phone System Goes Down?

Picture a normal day at the office. The creative team is pitching their latest idea to the client in a conference call, the HR manager is conducting an initial phone interview, salesmen are closing deals and the receptionist is transferring important inquires. All these tasks are moving your business forward and keeping the lights on. Now […]