|By Marketwired .||
|June 20, 2014 04:19 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/20/14 -- There are many providers on the business VoIP market that offer great services and benefit companies. They can help businesses grow relationships in a quick and professional manner and assist in the overall growth and success of a company. Each provider is unique and has their own niche and reason for choosing their service. Whether it is a low cost, a large amount of features, high customer satisfaction rating or something else, there is a reason why customers flock to a certain provider.
Businesses cannot get by anymore on using just a landline service. The cost is too high and the output of productivity is well below par. Business VoIP providers allow for quick communication and they do so at a fraction of the cost of their landline competitors. These VoIP providers have services available that can make sure that a call never goes missed and that a caller can always get in touch with a representative. This will allow a customer to feel at ease whenever they need to call and know that even if they are put on hold, that someone will get to them soon and they are not left in the "call hold abyss."
Our experts at VirtualPBXPhoneSystems.com decided on the three business providers that were perfect for every office. With all of the providers out there, this list was made to help businesses narrow down their choices. The experts looked at the pricing, the customer service teams, the additional enhancements and more as their criteria for the list. Here are the three that they came up with:
Vonage Business Solutions supply great products and services that benefit businesses of all sizes. Their packages come stocked with additional features such as call forwarding, call screening, do not disturb, simultaneous device ringing and tons more. Their prices are some of the best on the market and Vonage Business Solutions is one of the most recognizable brands in VoIP services.
The business VoIP services from RingCentral are some of the best on the market. Their cloud system combines all of the tools needed to help businesses grow relationships and grow internally. Their customers rank their service very high as well as their customer support staff. Contacting the RingCentral staff is simple and they are on point with being able to diagnose a problem and find a solution.
Jive's business VoIP services are catered towards smaller businesses and their features help with keeping calls organized. They offer unlimited extensions, auto-attendant, unlimited calling the United States and Canada as well as many other great features. Jive has some of the best rates on the market and is a leader in business VoIP services.
Businesses can strongly benefit from business VoIP providers. They have the tools needed to help businesses get to the next level. Those that are interested in these services and leaning a bit more about what they can offer can visit: http://virtualpbxphonesystems.com/.
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