Overview :

he modern PBX system these days is often an IP PBX system meaning that the phones communicate to the phone system itself over “IP” or Internet Protocols. The advantage to this is that the phones connect into your data network just like your computers and printers instead of requiring proprietary wires to be run to each phone. In fact, phones from the major manufacturers such as Aastra and Polycom have two network jacks on them so that you can go from the data jack on the wall into the phone, and then from the phone into your computer, thus allowing you to add IP phones into your network without having to do any additional wiring.

Features :

  • Call Queues (A.C.D)
  • Ring Groups
  • Music on Hold
  • Paging and Intercom
  • Voicemail and Voicemail to Email
  • Find-Me / Follow-Me
  • Conference Rooms
  • Time Conditions
  • CDR Reports
  • Call Recording
  • Full Featured IVR systems

Sample scenario :

  • Our company has installed an IPPBX system in our office to support our customer calls


  • 1000$ per implementation. Server charges extra

Estimated time for implementation:

  • 15 working days