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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:

http://blog.bicomsystems.com/what-do-we-mean-by-ucaas/

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Leading ICT Company in Practice with Bicom Systems

icon-bicom-systemseing the best requires working with the best. ICT is not readily available in every corner of the world. And where it is, it is more often than not missing the specifications your company needs to be a leading competitor in the industry. For Centracom, this was their primary headache. Founded in South Africa in 2008, their goal was to be the chief providers of ICT through replacing obsolete technology by the more advanced VoIP.

In order for Centracom to achieve objective, they needed to find a vendor of unified communications solutions that was reliable, efficient, and highly responsive due to the nature of the industry they operated in and their location.

Through a simple Google search, Centracom’s IT Manager found Bicom Systems with perfect ease. What made Bicom the optimal choice was the competitive advantage it possessed by having representatives worldwide, being transparent enough to grant Centracom a trail period with it’s products, and being able to customize the offering to their customer’s needs.

Centracom was so pleased with this service, that they have decided to continue the partnership with Bicom Systems, and even grow it further.

Read the Centracom Case Study here:

https://www.bicomsystems.com/uploads/case-studies/centracom/centracom.pdf

Facing the future with a plan when your provider has failed you

As you surely know, the telecoms market that we work in today is very fast-paced and focused on innovation. Many players find themselves with a nagging worry in the back of their minds as to whether they will be able to keep up or not. And that worry is not unfounded. In fact, we have found that many companies are already busy making plans to stay ahead and respond to the ever-increasing demands of buyers. The question is: What is your plan?

We find that the core of this issue comes down to who you know. How can you know about the newest trends before they have even emerged? By knowing someone on the inside. How can you prepare your offering to compete against the challenges of tomorrow? By knowing someone that can get you what you need before you even know you need it. The question is: Who is your source?

We believe that IP PBX providers should be partners rather than just vendors. As they deal with service providers, IP PBX providers are investing in your companies and as such should have a vested interest in your success. They should invest in your future, share their secrets, help you to formulate and realize a plan, and deliver all of the technologies and services needed to future-proof your business.

Based on this theory, Bicom Systems supports our partners by staying ahead of the trends and future-proofing your business. We took the years of success and experiences of our global partners to come up with a plan to support each and every new partner. Starting with achieving sustainable growth, increasing values and profits, and reducing customer churn, we delve into our partners’ organizations and products to help them find success now that will last into the future.

If your IP PBX provider is not doing this for you, we have a plan available. Visit our More Than a Switch page to learn all about how we can help your business transition and grow. As a bonus, we are currently running a transition promo to companies moving from another provider.

Learn more and download your promo voucher at www.bicomsystems.com/more-than-a-switch

Is VoIP driving business away from you?

voipOver the years I have noticed that more and more of our new customers are no longer VoIP Entrepreneurs wanting to join the telephony provider venture. Seems like the more VoIP becomes the present and defines the future of communications, the more industries it touches.

These days, any business that provides IT industry related services is somehow related to, or forced to be related to, the communications infrastructure of their customers. Even better if the customer has some knowledge or is at least aware of the unified communications experience.  

Industries like Internet service provides, cable services, and/or fiber providers have already joined, are planning to join, or at least know the future is to integrate in order to gain and retain customers. To mention a few of the most common that will ring my desk, I should start with hosted service providers. Either hardware, software, or a mix of the two, is something that, sooner or later, VoIP has to become an integrated part of. Either a multi-tenant platform like ours in order to centralize all hosted PBXs, or separate Call Center/Custom environments, this is something that, along with other value-added features, a hosted service provider will get asked for pretty often.  

Other industries, less related to network services or hosted services like IT Managed Services, will encounter themselves one way or another supporting an IP Phone, a local PBX, or a PBX hosted by someone else. They will notice the additional revenue and increased customer retention will come as soon as they can also take care of the telephony needs. 

Many of my customers will often express how VoIP service may be just one service out of many, and maybe not the one that bring the most revenue in from customers. But VoIP is an essential piece of the relationship since it is the part that allows their customers to unify their communications, in addition to the suite of services it provides.

This article is a ‘heads up’ to all those out there that think VoIP services ‘could be’. Soon VoIP will be a ‘major’ part of any one proposal because it will become part of the request. The end-user likes to feel a level of unification that provides them the security that a single provider can serve, understand, and support all their technology components.

VoIP is so flexible that anyone that has a customer base and provides any type of service, even non-technology, could find a way to integrate it into their suite of services with a huge value and even bigger retaining element. Make it drive business towards you, not away from you. At this very moment deals are been turned down because the competitor shows a unified set of services with telephony, or impressed the customer with an additional service made possible by VoIP. 

Just because everyone related is getting involved does not mean that it is easy. We still hear horror stories. Even that the voice quality is not working out, loss of RTP, but less. More and more it’s ‘how do I?’ Whether CRM integration or producing better reporting and so control of daily lives.

If you would like to explore your options, whether you are related to technology services or not, Bicom Systems would be happy to assist with whatever ideas you may have. We have not seen it all yet, but with the many we have worked with already, I’m sure you are at the right place for finding a solution. Our IPPBX PBXware comes in a Single Tenant Business Edition, Multi-Tenant Edition, and Call Center Edition, and the mix of all of them is as customizable and flexible as it comes.

VoIP vs IP PBX

voipVoIP and IP PBX are terms that we use all the time, but despite similarities, they are not interchangeable. VoIP has evolved to be a very broad term covering a whole range of technologies, while IP PBX is more specific.

VoIP – Voice over Internet Protocol – describes any telephony system that uses Internet rather than PSTN. The term is used for many types of modern telephony that have replaced legacy systems.

IP PBX – Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange – is a specific type of telephony system that switches calls between an internal data network and external networks.

IP PBX is a type of VoIP system.

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