hosted pbx

August 03, 2018 BLog List Date Underline

Building Revenue in the Hosted PBX 1-9 Users Market

by John Macario

Come and experience the “world’s largest underserved market!” Said in the right voice, it almost sounds like an attraction at a carnival or circus, but this time, it’s far from a mustachioed man clad in leopard print hoisting a bending barbell high overhead.

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April 11, 2017 BLog List Date Underline

SIP Trunking or Hosted PBX for IP-Based Communications?

by John Macario

It’s 2017 and IP-based communications are essentially a given—even in the largest, most legacy-laden organizations. That’s why VoIP adoption is still climbing steadily.

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September 13, 2016 BLog List Date Underline

Old-School Private Branch Exchange vs. Future of VoIP Adoption

by John Macario

In the grand scheme of things, it wasn’t too long ago that telephone companies laid off all of their manual switchboard operators and went to automatic exchanges, the kind that people then relied on to establish a “Ma Bell” connection. Now, most of us would shake our heads at the labor-intensive process involved, and think of the manual switchboard as pretty antiquated.

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August 18, 2016 BLog List Date Underline

Old School Local PBXs Speeding Towards Obsolescence with Hosted VoIP

by John Macario

When the internet came of age in the mid 90’s, speculation on its ability to disrupt the business landscape was rampant. The potential of this global network to change the way we communicated, shopped, and watched movies and television was impossible to ignore.

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SIP Trunking Survey: Many Don't Have any SBCs