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For Business Owners, the Future Has Arrived

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Have you ever seen somebody walking around with a hilariously outdated cell phone? Or someone who still uses a PDA? How about someone with a tape deck in their car? The truth is, we're always going to be surrounded by people who are either unable or unwilling to make changes to their lifestyle, long after technology has left them behind. It's a fast moving world, and we all owe it to ourselves to move with it.
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One of the most fantastic technological innovations of the last several decades is the Internet. It's quite literally become a force that has shaped each of our lives on an intense, personal basis. It's changed the way we educate ourselves, entertain ourselves, and communicate with one another. It is this last great gift from the Internet that has perhaps been the most revolutionary of all. There's still something to be said about mailing a letter, but when it comes to communicating quickly and efficiently, there's simply no better tool than the Internet. In point of fact, the world feels just a little bit smaller than it used to.

Business owners are, and will continue to be, in a unique position to recognize and leverage the power of the Internet as a powerful communications tool. Those who do not are quickly going to start looking like the guy with the Walkman at the gym. We're talking, of course, about business telephone systems.

Of course, the word "telephone," at least for a certain generation of business owners, will continue to conjure images of rotary dials and copper wires. For a younger generation, landlines are a relic from another time; the word "telephone" for them brings up pictures of sleek smartphones. For business owners in today's world, business telephone systems are beginning to look much more like the latter. With VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), any phone can be a business phone.

Office phone systems used to a significant limiting factor (or at least a nuisance) when it came to business growth. New employees or new offices, or even entire new company branches, used to be a huge inconvenience and even bigger expense when it came to communications. New phone lines and infrastructure had to be purchased to keep everybody in touch with each other. These expenses, of course, were in addition to the Internet connection needed by any business. The Internet has found a way to merge these two expenses into a single powerful system.

VoIP, quite simply, will allow you to use the Internet connection you already possess to send and receive phone calls. No landline required. VoIP is also almost entirely software-based, which means that it's highly flexible and scalable in terms of movement and expansion. New offices can integrate seamlessly, and new employees can be added effortlessly. Best of all, almost any cell phone, tablet, or computer can use your office's VoIP system, meaning that if you travel frequently for work, you'll never be out of touch with your home base.

Another unique advantage to VoIP is the ability to, at your option, have voicemail sent directly to your mailbox. There's no more annoying dialing=out to retrieve your voicemail. In addition to this, there is a host of other advantages that a business owner can expect when making the switch to VoIP, but you'd do best to hear about these straight from the professionals. Broadview Networks has become one of the premier providers of office phone systems, including VoIP. Give them a call today to set up a demo of their services, or to get a quote. The future has truly arrived.











Have you ever seen somebody walking around with a hilariously outdated cell phone? Or someone who still uses a PDA? How about someone with a tape deck in their car? The truth is, we're always going to be surrounded by people who are either unable or unwilling to make changes to their lifestyle, long after technology has left them behind. It's a fast moving world, and we all owe it to ourselves to move with it.

For Business Owners, the Future Has Arrived - Image 1

One of the most fantastic technological innovations of the last several decades is the Internet. It's quite literally become a force that has shaped each of our lives on an intense, personal basis. It's changed the way we educate ourselves, entertain ourselves, and communicate with one another. It is this last great gift from the Internet that has perhaps been the most revolutionary of all. There's still something to be said about mailing a letter, but when it comes to communicating quickly and efficiently, there's simply no better tool than the Internet. In point of fact, the world feels just a little bit smaller than it used to.

Business owners are, and will continue to be, in a unique position to recognize and leverage the power of the Internet as a powerful communications tool. Those who do not are quickly going to start looking like the guy with the Walkman at the gym. We're talking, of course, about business telephone systems.

Of course, the word "telephone," at least for a certain generation of business owners, will continue to conjure images of rotary dials and copper wires. For a younger generation, landlines are a relic from another time; the word "telephone" for them brings up pictures of sleek smartphones. For business owners in today's world, business telephone systems are beginning to look much more like the latter. With VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), any phone can be a business phone.

Office phone systems used to a significant limiting factor (or at least a nuisance) when it came to business growth. New employees or new offices, or even entire new company branches, used to be a huge inconvenience and even bigger expense when it came to communications. New phone lines and infrastructure had to be purchased to keep everybody in touch with each other. These expenses, of course, were in addition to the Internet connection needed by any business. The Internet has found a way to merge these two expenses into a single powerful system.

VoIP, quite simply, will allow you to use the Internet connection you already possess to send and receive phone calls. No landline required. VoIP is also almost entirely software-based, which means that it's highly flexible and scalable in terms of movement and expansion. New offices can integrate seamlessly, and new employees can be added effortlessly. Best of all, almost any cell phone, tablet, or computer can use your office's VoIP system, meaning that if you travel frequently for work, you'll never be out of touch with your home base.

Another unique advantage to VoIP is the ability to, at your option, have voicemail sent directly to your mailbox. There's no more annoying dialing=out to retrieve your voicemail. In addition to this, there is a host of other advantages that a business owner can expect when making the switch to VoIP, but you'd do best to hear about these straight from the professionals. Broadview Networks has become one of the premier providers of office phone systems, including VoIP. Give them a call today to set up a demo of their services, or to get a quote. The future has truly arrived.

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