The Health sector’s demand, and in particular the Medical and Dental centres for quality and reliable Cloud PBX business phone systems has never been so very important since the COVID19 outbreak. Furthermore, the increased capabilities of a cloud based PBX business phone system is changing the way the health sector communicates with patiences and suppliers, as well as internal communications. Moreover, a Cloud PBX , or often referred to as a Hosted PBX enables Medical and Dental surgeries to improve efficiencies across Australia. Likewise, the Unified Communications capabilities of Webex Calling and Microsoft Teams is having a dramatic affect throughout the health sector from Brisbane to Sydney, from Sydney to Melbourne.
In short, the roll-out of the NBN, and subsequent de-commissioning of the telephone copper network has been the catalyst for change in the adoption of IP (Internet Protocol) based, business phone systems.
are one in the same; in that they are totally interchangeable terms for a business phone system. Likewise, VoIP PBX or Virtual PBX are also sometimes used to describe a Business Phone System that is cloud-based, and hence accessed via the Internet.
In many ways, Hosted PBX applications are much like a mobile phone; in that the only equipment required onsite is the handset itself. That is to say, the phone system technology and VoIP phone lines are located in data centres, and therefore considered in ‘the cloud’.
The components of the business phone system and call routing are remotely configured by service providers.
Above all, a suitable, business-grade internet connection and modem is considered a business imperative – as a conquence of the need of business continuity.
Offices with 4+ extensions require a network switch to plug not only the handsets into, but other office equipment, such as printers. On the other hand, small sites with as few as three extensions can plug phones directly into the internet modem. (see hosted pbx plans)
Most importantly, new network switches are typically POE (Power Over Ethernet) enabled, and therefore power to handsets can be carried via copper ethernet cables, as against DC power packs.
Firstly, quality Yealink or Cisco IP Handsets are generally the handset of choice for Hosted PBX vendors. Secondly, handsets simply plug into a network data port and are provisioned by remote technical support staff thereafter.
Yealink desktop and wireless handsets come standard with our EasyCloud PBX, whereas the more advanced Smartcom Cloud PBX, Microsoft Teams or Webex Calling includes the softphones or Mobile Apps as well.
Hosted PBX adoption can have an immediate impact on the effectiveness of an organisation. As a result, businesses are better equipped to adapt to an environment of constant change. (see hosted pbx plans)
In addition to the above, businesses are able to gain a competitive edge as a result of increased capabilities, such as the following attributes;
Hosted PBX business phone systems deliver unprecented capabilities, including;
Cloud services such as; Cisco Webex Calling and Microsoft Teams include functions such as; video conferencing, video 1:1, collaboration; and unified communications. (see hosted pbx plans)
In addition, Cisco Webex Calling and Microsoft Teams enable users to communicate across multiple channels. For instance; audio, email, instant messaging, presence, document sharing, video 1:1 and video conferencing. Webinars are also a feature of Webex. Most importantly, both cloud services integrate with Microsoft Office 365.
About all, Cisco Webex and Microsoft Teams provides medical centres with a secure Hosted PBX, that also offers secure video and audio conferencing or one to one conversations.
Above all, Hosted PBX software applications deliver unprecedented agility and mobility, as a result of staff having the flexibility to work from any anywhere, and on any device.
For instance, the voicemail-to-email function enables staff to receive messages from any location via laptops or mobile devices. Consequently, the function is widely used to efficiently manage after-hours calls for sectors, such as tradesman. (see hosted pbx plans)
As a result of continuous softwware upgrades, cloud-based Hosted PBX business phone systems will continue to remain as contemporary technology, and therefore doesn’t require the expensive up-grades associated with on-premise systems. (see hosted pbx plans)
Hosted PBX applications deliver compelling commercial reasons to adopt the technology;
In conclusion, and all things considered, Cloud PBX business phone systems improve the performance of medical centres in Australia; as a result of increased capabilities; agility and mobility. Moreover, improve your responsiveness to the marketplace, and above all, reduce you costs across many ICT components.
Chief Executive Officer, VaultID
Managing Director, Corium Health
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