IP PBX phone system

IP PBX PHONE SYSTEM FOR YOUR BUSINESS

The Private Branch Exchange – IP PBX represents a private telephone network that is used within an organization or a company.Wibon provides the users of the IPPBX phone system can communicate internally as well as externally, using different communication channels like ISDN, Voice over IP, or analog. An Internet Protocol PBX or an IP PBX uses digital phone signals instead of analog landlines to send calls or initiate communication. Users can now use Ethernet cables to connect phones rather than traditional methods and no rewiring is needed. A PBX also allows free calls between users and helps you to have more phones than physical phone lines (PTSN).

Technology and time, however, have changed the landscape of consumer telephony. Many organizations now utilize the Open-Standards-based IP PBX. The relevance of “IP” in this new era is that the calls can now be delivered with the help of Internet Protocol as the underlying transport technology. In broadcast communications, a framework that supports synchronous voice and information (SVD) is used for transmission of both voice and essential information simultaneously. Wibon provides custom made solutions and support for voice, data, audio as well as video communications. An IP PBX offers features including interactive voice menus (IVRs), call recording, transfer calls, voicemail, and call queues

Features of IP PBX system

IPBX Voice communication is used as a business-grade phone system. These phone systems offer key voice features and other facilities that companies need to run daily operations. The main features include business hour settings to route calls off hours, extension dialing, music on hold, customer waiting for queues, and call conferencing. Cell phone services or residential telephone lines and do not offer these features. Traditional PBXs often have their proprietary phones. In short, an Internet Protocol private branch exchange is a system that connects public switched telephone network (PSTN) to telephone extensions. It provides internal communication for a business as well as instant messaging, audio, video communication utilizing the TCP/IP protocol stack.

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    call recording
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    Transfer calls
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    voicemail
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    Call queues
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    Interactive Voice Menus (IVRs)