Our basic PABX (Private Automatic Branch Exchange) systems can support 3 CO lines and 8 extensions with the option of adding a door phone, making intercom between visitors and a receptionist convenient and concise particularly for office uses and private appointments.
How does PABX systems work? Modern systems employ VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) to send and receive digital signals. Once the analogue signal has been converted into a digital signal, the system can manage it the way it wants. A PABX system widely used by many call centres and big enterprises. Common features of the PABX system are auto attendant, call conferencing, call hold and call transfer.
The advantages of having a PABX system is that users of it will be allowed to communicate internally (within the premises) and externally. They offer inexpensive alternatives with customizable features for their internal phone lines. Customer service is affordable and PABX systems typically offer flexibility as well as above average security and maintenance. PABX systems are also efficient to deploy, whether their usage is to be for a new company, or an already established one.
Not only are PABX systems budget friendly, they help efficiently manage the calls that are incoming and outgoing for the business. With an option for callers to choose an option from the PABX menu input, callers can easily be transferred to the respective personnel to provide assistance accordingly. We carry wide range of Panasonic PABX system. Contact us to find out more about the various functions and uses of our PABX systems.