What is a Key System?

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.

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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.

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Our Newest Products: A PODCAST

In the wake of ITEXPO, Bicom Systems produced a 10-minute podcast with Telecom Reseller to introduce our newest products.

In addition to reinventing the traditional Key Systems concept, we are introducing new versions of PBXware and gloCOM to enable customers to continue growing and making more sales.

Check out the podcast right here: http://telecomreseller.com/2016/02/17/grow-your-telco-with-bicom/

ITEXPO

Bicom Systems had a stand at ITEXPO in Florida this year with great success. With a constant flow of visitors, we were kept busy from open to close. Among other things, one of our purposes was to introduce our new IP KEY SYSTEMS product.

As described in an interview at ITEXPO with Stephen Wingfield“this new solution is aimed at small and medium businesses that have a high comfort level with key systems due to their past use of such solutions, and which often still use analog. But, he added, the new key system also supports SIP. The new solution also features auto provision, call control, presence, and more.” Read more about his ITEXPO interview here or here.

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