Fusion Networks is a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) based out of New York. The were established in 2014 and have grown drastically since. With this growth came a huge influx in demand for voice-over IP, which is something they didn’t provide at the time.
In order to please their customers and remain competitive, Fusion Networks decided to partner with Bicom Systems to solve their problem. The main reason why Fusion chose Bicom was the flexibility, says Philip Simunek. Bicom’s solutions were easily customizable for their needs. Another key selling point was that Bicom provided “a great feature-set without nickel and diming you for everything.” Bicom’s competitive pricing also helped seal the deal, as Fusion would now have a competitive resale price. Implementation was fairly simple, with no need to halt operations as it was done remotely by simply installing the app onto the local servers.
Ever since adding VoIP to their already well-established set of offerings, Fusion Networks has been able to continue its growth.
Unified Communications is a system of integrated communications that enhance business practices. Every business, no matter how big or small should be using VoIP and UCaaS to a certain extent. Since UC is a variety of products that uniformly work together, it’s important to find a product that contains all those features you need, which Bicom has. As for the financing aspect, Bicom Systems is introducing a promotion that allows you to halt your payments until the fall. This means that you defer three (3) months payments for your UC Service. This is the perfect promotion for small businesses as you get to delay payments and adjust your finances.
With the UCaaS market growth at 25-20% per year, you know you are making the right decision.
Read more on what UCaaS is and how it can help you:
“The VoIP market is expected to grow over 9% in the next 3 years,” and any telco service provider wants to be a part of that growth. In order to be a part of the $140B industry, it is imperative to know the right tactics that will make your product or service sell. Despite all of this promising news, many still don’t know that they need VoIP or are hesitant to switch.
The guide below will make your dive into VoIP a lot easier and enhance your experience with something that might seem very intimidating. It includes 5 key steps on how to: build your VoIP service, market your VoIP service, overcome VoIP selling challenges.
Download your copy here to cement your part in a $140 billion industry
A Key System – also known as a Key Telephone System (KTS) – is a very basic and traditional form of telephony primarily used by small and medium businesses.
Ideal for businesses with less than 30 users, traditional Key Systems include a central controller and multiple telephones. Each telephone has a button for every phone line.
Key Systems have been around in some form since the 1930s, but remain in use today despite new technologies. Many businesses decide to keep their Key System because they are simple and “just work”. By opting out of the VoIP trend, they are missing out on modern features and advantages.
For this reason, Bicom Systems created the IP Key System – Tradition Reinvented. Learn more about IP Key Systems here.
Auto-provisioning is a time-saving feature of IP telephony solutions like PBXware. How does it work? The administrator creates an account in the user interface then the IP phone is restarted and receives the configuration file via Internet. That’s it!
Aside from the obvious savings in time, auto-provisioning has a few other benefits:
All telephones can be configured from any location
Does not require IT personnel or support
Updating can be done on all phones regardless of location