Phone Systems

A Business Phone System plays a vitally important role within your workplace. With a myriad of options, brands and technologies available – choosing the right system for your needs can be challenging.

The team at Leading Edge have extensive experience in the industry and provide businesses of all sizes with valuable advice on the right product and the right connectivity.

Running a business isn’t easy, and it’s only made more difficult by having to deal with outdated, inefficient, or simply inadequate business phone systems. In this guide, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about choosing and setting up a new business phone system – from understanding your needs and choosing the right type of system to getting it set up and working with your current telecommunications provider. We’ll also take a look at some of the most popular business phone system options on the market today, so you can make an informed decision about which is right for your business.

Technical Phone Installation Services

If your business phone system keeps going wrong, it might be time to consider a new phone system. In this guide, we’ll explain how to choose a new phone system, and show you the main types of phone system available. We’ll also take a look at some of the most popular options on the market, and give you a quick run-down of the most popular types of business phone systems available.

Business Phone System Types

Business phone systems can be broken down into several different categories. We’ll take a look at the most popular options on the market today, and explain what they can do for you.

Cordless Phone Solutions

Cordless phone systems are the best call systems for small businesses, particularly when they are looking for a no-hassle, hassle-free system that won’t break the bank. They have very low upfront costs and are an ideal way to start using a business phone system.

The main difference between cordless and corded phone systems is that cordless phones use a rechargeable battery to power the handset. In order to use a cordless phone, you must buy a rechargeable battery pack, which is normally a battery pack with an integrated base station.

Hosted IP Telephony

Hosted IP telephony is a good choice for those who want to move away from a traditional telephone system but don’t have the time to look after it themselves. These systems are easy to set up and use, and they include a range of features to allow you to use the phone system more effectively. Hosted IP telephony systems are typically used by small businesses and SMEs that need an easy-to-use, low cost solution.

Call Recording

Call recording is a great addition to any business phone system. It allows you to record calls for later review or for legal reasons. Most systems will automatically go off-hook when a call is received, and the call can be listened to later using the built-in recording system.

Business SIP Connectivity

Business SIP connectivity allows you to connect to your business phone system using a SIP-based phone, such as a smartphone or tablet. This means that you can use your existing device directly to connect to your business phone system, rather than having to buy a new device.

Business VoIP

Business VoIP is the next step up from a traditional telephone system. Alternatively, it can be regarded as the next generation of business phone systems.

Business VoIP offers a range of features that traditional telephone systems don’t, such as integrated voice mail, voicemail transcription, and caller ID.

Voice Conferencing Solutions

Voice conference calls are a great way to keep in touch with your business contacts and colleagues. They’re also an excellent way to hold team meetings, provide training, or simply to stay in touch with your business contacts.

Voice conference calls use two or more parties to have a conversation. In most cases, one person talks while the others listen.