|By Marketwired .||
|June 25, 2014 04:02 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/25/14 -- Business to Business communication is the heart and soul of what makes a company successful. Smaller companies and businesses that are just starting out need to hit the ground running and make sure that the telecommunication systems that they have in place will be able to lead them to that success. Business VoIP providers are becoming the main way that those relationships between businesses get built. Traditional landline services charge way too much for very little upside and nowadays business VoIP providers can set up an entire office with service for a fraction of the cost of landline.
Business VoIP providers give businesses of all sizes the tools they need to have rapid communication with their partners. If a customer is trying to call a company and they cannot get through, or if the connection is lousy, then they might actually choose to go with a competitor that may be more reliable. Communication is key to success and business VoIP providers as well aware of this.
The experts at Voip-Catalog.com came together to rank the five business VoIP providers that every office should consider using. These providers were ranked based off of their overall price, their additional features, customer reviews and much more. Here are the five that the experts decided on:
Vonage Business Solutions has been a leader in business VoIP services for a long time. Their services are ranked very highly by their customers and they provide quick and efficient customer service. Vonage Business Solutions has low rates and a ton of great features to help enhance call quality. Vonage Business Solutions is one of the most recognizable brands in VoIP related services and they continue to provide excellent products and services to businesses of all sizes.
RingCentral has their business VoIP services operate on a cloud-based system. There is no large hardware required for installation and the set up is simple. RingCentral has many great additional calling enhancements such as web conferencing, virtual receptionist, texting, toll-free numbers and more. RingCentral is another one of the top names in VoIP services and their customers rank them among the best on the market.
Jive offers their business VoIP services for an economical rate. Also, they have low international rates for businesses that make a high volume of calls abroad. Jive gives their clients an unlimited amount of extensions, call routing options, online faxing, unlimited calling to the United States and much more. The customers of Jive rank their services as some of the best because of all of the features and the low rates offered.
BroadVoice has many different packages and products to offer businesses of all sizes. They offer state-of-the-art hardware, cloud PBX, SIP trunking and a lot more. Signing up with BroadVoice is simple and their customer service staff is easily accessible via the phone or web.
5) 8x8, Inc.
8x8, Inc. and their business VoIP services can really help businesses save money. They have innovative technology that can allow customers to be accessed anywhere via an iPhone, Android, iPad or desktop computer. 8x8 has low rates and their customers have been coming back to them for many years on end.
Businesses interested in learning more about business VoIP providers should visit: http://www.voip-catalog.com/business-voip-providers.html.
Voip-Catalog is an authority VoIP Provider site that offers comparison tools to help businesses and residences to help find the best VoIP Provider for them.
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