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
eing 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.
Our newest ebook is almost ready for release, but we simply cannot keep the cat in the bag any longer! Coming this summer, our new book will be our most comprehensive and candid resource for VoIP Resellers yet.
Get your reading glasses ready and keep an eye on your inbox because How to Sell VoIPwill be released next month!
Because we are so excited, we wanted to give a little preview of the type of information you will find in the book:
Our research on just how much is an appropriate amount to charger per month for residential and business lines was very interesting, so of course we want to share our findings with all of you.
Residential, business, and PBX pricing model:
Residential Phone Line: $25 plus tax (Vonage Model) Unlimited Local
and Long Distance including Canada and the Caribbean. Promotion could
include a Panasonic Wireless Phone plus IAD Device.
Business Phone Line: $30.00 Plus Taxes, Unlimited Local and Long
Distance including Canada and the Caribbean.
Hosted PBX: This includes all PBX Features, plus router, switch, basic
phone and unlimited local / long distance calling including Canada and
Cost per Seat:
1-5 Seats: $29.95 plus tax*
6-15 Seats: $26.95 plus tax*
16-25 Seats: $24.95 plus tax*
26-50 Seats: $22.95 plus tax*
51-100 Seats: $19.95 plus tax*
Above 100: can range from $14.95 to $16.95 plus tax*
*If they have their own phones, reduce the price by $2.00 per seat per month.
With the rapid evolution and growth of VoIP, it is no surprise that we face some security threats today. But it is important to take them seriously and protect your VoIP system.
Some of the most common risks today are:
1. Denial of Service (DoS) – Attacks on a network or device that overwhelm the server and cause loss of service. The attacker may be attempting to gain remote control of the system.
2. Eavesdropping – Hackers may be able to listen in on your VoIP calls to steal confidential or personal information.
3. Spamming – We have all dealt with spam before and VoIP is no exception. Spam over IP Telephony (SPIT) sends spam messages to your VoIP phone.
4. Theft of Service – Attackers can gain access to your VoIP solution and use it free of cost. This uses up your resources and may slow down the system for paying users.
The first step is recognizing and understanding the risks. The next step is to prevention. Download our free VoIP Security whitepaper to learn more about how to protect your VoIP system: www.bicomsystems.com/voip_security