3CX IP PBX Standard Edition Annual - 64 simultaneous calls
This is the annual Standard Edition of 3CX, (3CXPSSPLA12M16). It supports up to 16 simultaneous calls and all of the commercial edition features listed below.
Traditional telephony systems in organizations tend to be complex, expensive, and inflexible requiring proprietary hardware, dedicated wiring, and specialist support to install, configure and reconfigure whenever changes are required - this no longer has to be the case.
More and more businesses are switching to VoIP (Voice Over IP) to carry their telephony traffic and are realising substantial cost savings on calls and hardware combined with much greater flexibility and improved features. A key part of any VoIP solution is the PBX ie. the part that actually accepts and routes calls, provides music on hold, option menus, voicemail, call queues etc.
3CX VoIP PBX is a software based IP PBX that replaces the traditional proprietary hardware PBX. 3CX is fully SIP compliant - making it easier to manage and allowing you to use any SIP phone (software or hardware).
Combined with a SIP Provider for low call charges and/or a VoIP Gateway device to integrate existing lines, 3CX offers a complete telephony solution that is easy to install and manage with a very low total cost of ownership whilst being scaleable and upgradeable as your future requirements dictate. A software-based IP PBX / PABX offers numerous benefits:-
- Includes 1 Year Upgrade Cover
- No need for separate phone wiring - phones use computer network
- Easier to install & manage via web-based configuration interface
- A software-based IP PBX is far less expensive then a hardware-based PBX / PABX
- Employees can move offices without requiring any changes in the wiring or IP PBX configuration
- Choose from the many SIP based hardware phones instead of getting locked in with one vendor
- Receive & Make calls via the standard PSTN using VOIP Gateways
- Save on call costs using any SIP VOIP service or WAN
Are you ready to save money and hassle by switching to VoIP?