There are many benefits to SIP Trunking. SIP Trunking can lower costs, guarantee flexible business continuity, and deliver great features such as call monitoring and call recording. Unfortunately, SIP Trunking implementations don’t always go easily. There are challenges with making any large change, but switching to SIP Trunking doesn’t have to prove burdensome. Here are some things to avoid so that your SIP Trunking implementation is smooth.
Choice of provider
Your choice of provider goes a long way in determining how your SIP Trunking implementation will go. Like with anything, you should take the time to research any company you plan to go with. Ask any company you’re considering for a list of client references. You should also determine what level of customer support you can expect from them both during and after your SIP Trunking implementation.
Lack of expertise
While you don’t have to be a technical genius to have SIP Trunking installed in your office, it is important to understand the basics. You need to know that SIP Trunking works through your internet. Do you have enough bandwidth to make the switch worthwhile? If not, you need to consider a change in your internet before you install SIP Trunking.
SIP Trunking implementation necessitates that everyone work together and communicate effectively. The last thing you want to do is assign necessary personal to a different project in the middle of the switch. It’s also a good idea to avoid hard cut overs. Roll your implementation out one step at a time. This gives you the flexibility to diagnosis any problems that come about calmly.
As long as you take these steps, your SIP Trunking implementation should prove successful. If you have any questions regarding SIP Trunking, please contact Intuity today at (800) 811-1086. Please feel free to also follow us on Facebook.