In Need of a PABX System


If you are running a small to medium office, and are using a switchboard, chances are you are in need of a PABX system or are already utilizing one. What does PABX stand for? Private Branch Exchange is a private telephone network used within a company. The users of a PABX system will share a number of external lines for making external phone calls. A PABX system would also connect the internet telephones within a business, as well as connecting them to the public switched telephone network, or PSTN. A recent development in PABX systems is the VolP PBX, also known as IP PBX, which uses the Internet protocol to transmit calls. These days, there are four different PABX systems available to choose from, namely the


the Hosted / Virtual PBX,

the IP PBX

and the Hosted / Virtual IP PBX.

In essence, before being able to make an informed decision about the right PABX system for your business, you will need to do research in order to know what services are available, and how they will work together to help you make the most of your business . Speak to various companies specializing in PABX systems and explore the various solutions on the market available to you. A PABX system is the frequently used term used to describe a private branch exchange, a telephone exchange that serves one business. Initially the PBAX system was intended to allow businesses to be in control of their own phone systems by means of in house operators. Now, instead of merely connecting voice calls, these systems also connect other types of technology such as fax machines and computer modems that route through phone lines.

As businesses small and big alike begin to more and more readily on Voice over Internet Protocol, the virtual PABX option is growing in popularity. A virtual PBX system, which uses a telephony system which is provided by an internet download and is then administrated by an external service, offers a low cost option to businesses with an easy to set up means for a business to use the VolP services. Systems such as these aid companies and individuals to put set a more professional tone to their business. Up till now for businesses seeking a virtual PABX provider, the options have been off putting and disabling. Some PABX services do extremely well in supplying businesses with a varied assortment of calling features but do not make it easy to combine those great features without raising the charges of their phone bills exponentially. Other providers offer a more basic service plan at a low cost to the business, yet are unable to keep on meeting the business' need for enhanced calling features due to its basic service offering.

It is advisable to seek professional guidance when considering the best solution for your company and implementing a PABX system for your business. Investing in an advanced PABX system will benefit your company in keeping it up to date and competitiveness in an ever revolutionizing world of technological advancement.

Steve Tetluk