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Cisco telephone systems offer a wide range of features that can enhance communication and productivity in a business environment. Some of the key features of Cisco telephone systems include:

1. Call Forwarding: Allows users to forward calls to another extension or external number.

2. Voicemail: Allows callers to leave a message when the user is unavailable.

3. Conference Calling: Allows multiple parties to participate in a call.

4. Caller ID: Displays the caller’s phone number and name (if available) before answering a call.

5. Call Waiting: Notifies users of an incoming call while they are on another call.

6. Speed Dialing: Allows users to dial frequently called numbers with a single keystroke.

7. Intercom: Enables users to make announcements through the phone system’s speakers.

8. Music on Hold: Plays music or a pre-recorded message when callers are placed on hold.

9. Call Recording: Records calls for training or quality assurance purposes and financial and legal compliance.

10. Presence Management: Allows users to see the availability status of colleagues and communicate in real-time through chat or video calls.

11. Mobile Integration: Allows users to use their mobile device as an extension of their desk phone.

12. Automatic Call Distribution (ACD): Distributes incoming calls to agents based on pre-set criteria, such as skill level or availability.

13. Call Reporting: Generates reports on call volume, call duration, and other call-related metrics for monitoring and analysis.

These are just some of the many features offered by Cisco telephone systems. The specific features available may vary depending on the model and configuration of the system.

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Hybrid telephone systems are becoming increasingly popular in modern workspaces as they offer the best of both worlds, combining the benefits of traditional landlines with the features of modern VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) systems. A hybrid telephone system typically uses a combination of digital and analog technology to provide a more flexible and cost-effective communication solution.

Some of the advantages of using a hybrid telephone system in a modern workspace include:

1. Increased Flexibility: Hybrid systems allow users to switch between traditional landlines and VoIP calls, providing more flexibility in communication and enabling users to choose the most appropriate channel based on their needs.

2. Cost-Effective: Hybrid telephone systems are often more cost-effective than traditional landlines or pure VoIP systems, as they allow businesses to use their existing infrastructure while also taking advantage of modern communication technologies.

3. Scalability: Hybrid systems can easily be scaled up or down depending on the needs of the business, making them a great option for growing companies or those with fluctuating call volumes.

4. Integration with other systems: Hybrid systems can easily integrate with other communication and collaboration tools, such as video conferencing and instant messaging, making it easier for teams to communicate and collaborate more effectively.

5. Increased Reliability: Hybrid systems offer the reliability and quality of service of traditional landlines, while also providing the added benefits of VoIP technology.

Overall, a hybrid telephone system can provide a powerful and flexible communication solution for modern workspaces, enabling businesses to communicate more effectively while also reducing costs and increasing efficiency.

Our Price starts from £19.50/agent/month

This price example assumes minimum of 40 agents if there are more employees or a bespoke solution is required we can provide detailed pricing and contract, so contact us or email us now.

*price is correct as at 9th may 2023