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10 Steps to a Successful VoIP Implementation
“VoIP works… the sooner you do it, the sooner you start saving, the simpler it gets.”
More companies than ever are realizing the benefits of a business VoIP service. They understand that it offers greater flexibility, is easier to manage and paves the way to fully unified communications. But how do you ensure implementation goes as smoothly and effectively as it should?
Start by downloading our free white paper: 10 Steps to a Successful VoIP Implementation. This free 15-page guide will take you through the key requirements to make business VoIP a reality for your organization. Simply, it presents all the factors most IT professionals who have implemented VoIP wished they knew earlier.
Discover the secrets of effective enterprise VoIP implementation
There are many things to consider when working with a VoIP service provider to implement a business VoIP service:
- What are the real goals for the technology?
- Can your current network cope?
- Who should you partner with?
- What’s the best design?
- How do you evaluate supplier proposals?
And that’s before you even get to the implementation itself. 10 Steps to a Successful VoIP Implementation is a must-read guide that will save you time, money and stress. Better still, you’ll end up with a business VoIP solution that will serve your needs for many years to come.
“Nearly every paper or book on implementing technology says that there should be an assessment of user needs. Yet, very few users are ever interviewed, much less have their needs incorporated into the technology agenda. Why? Because, like deciding what to have for dinner, users want too many different things and frequently don’t really understand what is being asked of them.
“Since VoIP solutions bring an exciting list of new capabilities, it’s hard to assess what features have the most value prior to use. So presenting users with a lengthy list of features and benefits isn’t the best way to identify their needs.”