One of the most exciting things about voice over internet protocol (VoIP) phone systems is their compatibility with mobile. When your business has VoIP, you can make your mobile phone into your mobile office and so can your employees. With today’s mobile workforce, this is a vital service.
As a VoIP mobile user, you’ll get these valuable features you can deploy from your smartphone:
Call Recording and Conference Calls
Record business calls from your cell and never lose important call information again. Interviewing job candidates on your mobile? Play back their answers so you can devote more critical thinking to important hiring decisions. As for conference calls, you can join them with a tap on the phone and forget about numbers, access codes or passwords.
Enterprise Contacts and Mobile Office Extensions
With a VoIP phone system for business, you can pull a colleague’s contacts automatically — no separate corporate directory necessary. You’ll also have IP desk phone features such as Auto Attendant, Unified Mailbox and Find Me, all of them seamlessly integrated into your smartphone and laptop. These options can be incredibly useful for both you and your mobile employees.
If voicemail pileup is a source of lost productivity, a VoIP phone system has the solution. With voice-to-text transcription capability, you’ll get an automated transcript of each message so you can quickly determine whether you need to address it now, later, or not at all. You’ll also be able to see all your voicemail messages on a single screen with all the critical information: date, duration of the call and the caller ID. Of course, there’s also an attached sound file so you can listen. You’ll address voicemails more quickly and get back to work.
These are some of the valuable services you’ll have access to as a VoIP mobile user. For questions on the mobile capabilities of VoIP phone systems, Texas businsses can call RC Security Consulting. We will be glad to answer them.
About RC Security Consulting
RC Security Consulting protects the heart of Texas with design, installation, retrofit, repair, inspection and monitoring of commercial security systems. We are centrally located in Collin County and provide service for almost 200 miles in all directions.
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