We provide VoIP phone systems from various carriers including Ring Central, Evolveip, Star2Star, Microsoft TEAMS, Cisco Webex TEAMS, and others
These prices are fairly common and the phones can be upgraded every three years at no additional charge
Standard – $21.95
Plus – $29.95
Basic – $14.95
Get Enterprise VoIP phones with PBX Features along with Microsoft Teams including:
• Receptionist applications
• Multi-level auto attendants, advanced hunt groups, analog ports
• Call recording per user with portal for QA
• IVR, Callbacks, Surveys
• Wallboards and Dashboards
• CRM Integrations
• Service Management & Business Continuity via OSSmosis
• Supports SIP handsets: Existing CAPEX investment + Availability +
Traditional deskphone features
• Teams-enabled desk phones by Yealink
• Number porting & Global presence
• Voice conferencing room systems by Yealink and Logitech
Should you look to a direct sales representative, a person emplpoyed by the vendor, or work with an agent/channel partner of the same vendor.?
this answer from a CIO at a large CPA firm
Generally from a support level the customer is going to get more consistent support from the channel vs. direct since the direct side typically has higher rep churn and they constantly shuffle the reps account modules. We can work directly with the AT&T account teams if there happens to be one in place without any split or reduction in compensation for either side (that goes for mobility and land line services). There are times when it’s an advantage to us and the customer to get a direct team involved – at times that big blue globe of AT&T is a benefit in opening a door.
One of the biggest differentiators with the channel is that we can support the customer needs from many angles and specialty services, such as Managed Services, flexible VoIP offerings, Professional Services, etc. We become a one stop shop for all things IT and in some cases areas that fall outside of the world of IT through other partner relationships.
We’re going to be having some security and service experts from AT&T coming into our office for AT&T specific product and service training in the coming weeks. I’ll keep you posted – perhaps you can join us via conference or video call.
I’ve attached the security documents that I had sent to you a week or so ago along with a couple of links that we just picked up on earlier this week.
The CEO’s guide to securing the Internet of Things: