How SIP Trunking Can Improve Your Company

SIP TrunkingThese days, business communications can prove challenging. Whether you have a small business or a large company with multiple offices, you need a reliable solution that is flexible and cost-effective. PRI or VoIP systems are pretty common solutions, but SIP Trunking is often the best option for all types of businesses. SIP consolidates lines, saves money, and offers flawless communication between customers and employees.

What is SIP Trunking?

SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol. It is a protocol within VoIP that enables communication over a data network rather than traditional analog lines. A SIP Trunk can be thought of as a ‘virtual line’. SIP Trunks are flexible, efficient, and much more cost-effective than traditional lines. Best of all, many systems can even use SIP Trunking. This is great because you can leverage your existing equipment rather than purchase all new infrastructure.

Advanced Functionality

With SIP Trunking, you can enjoy key features that aren’t found with analog systems. For example, SIP supports bursting to manage peak call volume. You can also make unlimited local and long-distance calls without worrying about your phone bill. SIP also allows you to add DID and caller name and number ID. This makes it easier to handle calls.

Virtual Presence

SIP Trunking offers fantastic phone number portability. For example, numbers can originate from different cities or towns regardless of your physical location. Additionally, you can use SIP whether you are at your physical office or a remote location. This is a fantastic way to empower your remote staff.

Disaster Recovery

Issues are bound to happen. In the event that something goes awry, your company needs to remain productive. SIP Trunking has built-in redundancies, providing reliability and high-quality consistent service. This keeps you connected in the event of an outage, providing you peace of mind.

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