Tailored solutions for your business
Using internet rather than traditional infrastructure for voice communications, we can help you reduce cost and increases flexibility for your business with VoIP services.
Benefits for your business
Using your network as the platform, your organisation can gain the inherent benefits of a converged network for transport and interconnection. Interlinked’s VoIP solutions make it easier to:
- Provide highly secure, reliable, scalable communications that take advantage of your LAN and WAN
- Improve employee flexibility and productivity with the full range of Unified Communications systems and applications
- Take advantage of a wide range of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) based capabilities
If you’re considering a VoIP solution, but are not sure whether your current network infrastructure can support your requirements, we can provide you with a FREE Readiness Assessment.
What is VoIP?
VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol, it is the use of the internet rather than traditional phone infrastructure for voice communications and multimedia sessions. This significantly reduces cost and increases flexibility for businesses, allowing you and your team to connect further.
Other terms commonly associated with VoIP are IP telephony, Internet telephony, voice over broadband (VoBB), broadband telephony, IP communications, and broadband phone service.
It all starts with a FREE VoIP Readiness Assessment
If you’re considering a VoIP solution, but are not sure whether your current network infrastructure can support your requirements, we can help.
Why spend thousands of dollars on a consultant to tell you that your network isn’t up to scratch, when you can access this service from us at no charge? Book your FREE assessment now on 1300 302 207 or by completing the form on this page.
What types of features are available on a VoIP phone system?
VoIP gives all businesses access to functionalities that were previously only available to large corporations, such as:
- Voicemail transcription
- Call forwarding
- Call recording
- Call queues
- The option of both local and toll-free numbers
- Interactive Voice Response
- Interoffice instant messaging
- Conference calling
- Automated attendants
- Extension dialing
- Ring groups
- Directory assistance
- Call transferring
- Internet faxing
- Call reports
- Call monitoring
- Missed call notifications
- Integration with popular business software, such as Microsoft Outlook
Is the connection on a VoIP system as good as on a landline?
While some might be concerned about the quality of a VoIP system and how it sounds, the technology has evolved from how it was in the beginning and it is now nearly impossible to tell the difference between landline and internet-based calls.
What access do remote employees have to a business phone system?
VoIP gives employees the freedom to take and make business calls from anywhere without the need for a business-dedicated mobile phone. Business VoIP systems offer smartphone applications and mobility features that give employees the full functionality of their desk phones anytime, anywhere.
While previously employees could use their personal mobiles to speak with clients when they were away from their desk, business phone system mobility tools allow workers to have that same reachability without having to give out their private numbers when they want to be contacted outside the office.