OFFICE TELEPHONE SYSTEMS
We have extensive experience when it comes to creating and installing all manner of office telecommunication systems. The size and purpose of your office will depend on which kinds of telecoms system will benefit you the most. In addition to the installation or upgrade of existing systems, we can also work to maintain and repair many telecommunication systems. If you’re experiencing any problems with your office’s communication technology, get in touch with our team today.
A Wide Range of Office Telephone Systems
Whatever kind of office telephone system you require, Datasharp is here for you. We can install simple, fairly traditional systems, in addition to more modern designs. Whatever the size of your office, or even if the system needs to stretch across multiple properties, our team can help you to design the perfect solution. Just some of the solutions that we can install include:
- Traditional Private Branch Exchange (PBX) Systems.
- In-House Internet Protocol (IP) Solutions.
- Cloud-Based Telecommunications Systems for Offices.
- Hybrid Systems to Suit Your Needs.
Each of these office telephone systems will suit different office spaces and provide different advantages. By choosing an effective telecommunications system, you’ll be able to resolve problems and weaknesses in your business. These solutions can make it easier than ever to effectively and efficiently communicate with your customers and clients.
Private Branch Exchange (PBX) Systems
This is a traditional, fairly simple solution which can be used in all kinds of office environments. This system utilises telephones within an enterprise which switch calls between multiple users. These users have the opportunity to transfer calls quickly and easily across the system, in addition to taking advantage of multiple phone lines.
These systems are fairly limited and aren’t suitable for integration with other technology. PBX systems are ideal for offices which don’t require a great deal of phone use at once. For example, those with few salespeople, or limited customer service requirements.
In-House Internet Protocol (IP) Solutions
IP office telecommunication systems are some of the most popular in the UK. Using VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), you’ll be able to save a great deal of money and even have the chance to integrate the system with IT technology. Once the initial system has been installed, an IP solution will be managed via a single network. Not only can this save money on operating costs, it can be much easier to adapt, upgrade and perform maintenance on your entire system. As we continue to move away from traditional telecoms systems, internet calls are becoming more and more popular.
An In-House Internet Protocol (IP) telecommunications system uses the internet to transfer and connect calls. As these systems rely on internet connections, they can be quickly and easily connected to other systems and features, including monitoring software.
Cloud-Based Telecommunications Systems
More and more businesses are starting to trust the Cloud with their office’s systems. Cloud technology is continuing to improve and become more and more reliable. Not only are these systems reliable, they are incredibly simple to use. They also offer a range of amazing features which can provide great benefits to any business, including:
- Video Conferencing.
- Easier Customer Interaction.
- Disaster Recovery.
Thanks to office telecommunication systems based on the Cloud, businesses can enjoy a much more cohesive service. They will be able to readily-access a full range of tools, apps, software and even cloud-based documents for to allow for a quick and easy response to their customers.
These bespoke solutions are ideal for larger businesses, and those which rely heavily on their communications systems. Thanks to hybrid systems, you’ll be able to create a completely unique solution to suit your business’ needs. You can pick and choose the best features from Cloud-based, IP and PBX solutions.
Most of these hybrid solutions are used in larger businesses for specific departments. For example, a Cloud-Based solution is perfect for a Sales department or call centre – however, it might not be as useful in a non-customer-facing department.
The Benefits of Unique Office Telecommunication Systems
If you’re experiencing any problems with your telecoms system, or you want to improve your business’ customer service, then a bespoke office telephone system can be perfect for you. If you choose the right communication technology for your office or multiple offices, you’ll be able to enjoy a wide range of benefits, including:
- More Control Over Communications and Customer Interaction – These systems can be equipped with a range of additional features to provide enhanced customer interaction. Essential software, including real-time monitoring and on-screen call handling, can provide enhance control over all business communications.
- Cost-Effective Solutions – Traditional office communication systems are rarely the most cost-effective option. Thanks to the growth and affordability of IP and Cloud-based systems, you’ll be able to save money whilst improving your communications technology.
- Create a More Effective Way of Working – Thanks to the benefits provided by the latest communications technology, you can save time and find a more efficient way of working. The ability to monitor who you’ve already contacted, and automated responses, can ensure that none of your customers or clients are left behind.
For Bespoke Office Telephone Systems, Contact Datasharp Central Today
Here at Datasharp Central, we can work with you to create unique office telecommunication systems for your business. We’re able to help you save money, improve customer interactions and create a more coherent and reliable communications system.
Whether you’re looking for IP solutions, traditional PBX systems or cloud-based solutions, get in touch with our team today. You can reach our experienced team directly by calling us on 0800 027 9875. You can also email any questions or concerns you might have to email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.