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You could research the market and gather facts about IP PBX for small business. You could compare a dozen vendors' IP PBX and gateway products: features, applications, phone and network support and pricing. In a few days time you could choose the line that offered the best value to your customers.
Let us save you a lot of time. The big name brands: too expensive and inflexible. The little open source, cobble-it-together-yourself VoIP experiments: too complicated, feature poor, open-to-hacks and plain iffy.
The winner and best value for the price in the small business space (fewer than seventy employees) is the Epygi Quadro.
With years of real-world experience and quality refinements, you can confidently recommend Epygi and know that your customer will enjoy the benefits of a robust, flexible, highly functional system.
With six available IP PBX models (three different size units plus three identical units with added ISDN ports), Epygi has a Quadro that's right for your customer. Every Quadro IP PBX has connections for analog and IP phones. And all Quadros are built to expand with a growing business, adding capacity via simple affordable keys.
The Quadro 2X provides as many as eight extensions (two analog and up to six IP phones) and was designed for small and home offices, small branch offices and teleworkers. You won't find a more sophisticated appliance available for the segment and price point. It has the setup, operational and security features of the larger models in a barely noticeable desktop case.
The Quadro 4X scales from eight to twenty extensions with a capacity of 62 IP phones. The box affords a welcoming platform for the computer-telephony integration applications in development worldwide. Small law offices, medical offices, bank branches, warehouses, multi-location retailers and similar operations can organize for the future while gaining immediate client service and cost benefits. The 4x can be ordered housed in a compact desktop box or in a metal rack-mountable case.
The Quadro 16X also expands to sixty-six extensions. The difference is sixteen ports for in-office analog phones versus four with the 4x. Users can begin with phones they own and add IP phones at their chosen pace.
The 16X can be found on school and university campuses, in call centers, local government offices, and a limitless variety of small to medium sized businesses. Choose compact desktop box or rack mountable metal case.
Epygi produces three gateway models (the FXO, ISDN and E1/T1) which have two main uses. You can connect them to a customer’s IP PBX to add more extensions or you can use them as a bridge between a traditional telephone system and the Internet to give your customers a first step into VoIP. They have all the security, and many of the telephony, features of the Quadro IP PBXs.
The Quadro FXO provides connection to (A)DSL lines and comes in an inconspicuous desktop box.
The Quadro ISDN (unsurprisingly) connects your customers to ISDN lines. A popular choice in Europe and many other parts of the world, the United States offers limited support for ISDN voice. Check with service providers before specifying ISDN in the U.S.
Epygi’s most flexible gateway, the Quadro E1/T1 fits into the sturdy desktop box or rack-mount metal case formats. It connects to T1 lines in the United States and Japan and E1 service in the rest of the world.
The Quadro CS from Epygi enables your customer to host six conference calls of up to twenty people simultaneously. It makes an organization look much bigger than it might actually be for a fraction of the cost of big name conference servers or subscription services. The conference facilitator can monitor and control meeting participation and flow using a simple graphical interface on a standard PC.
Like other IP PBXs with any sophistication, Epygi products are a little too complex for your customers to plug and play. They would quickly get frustrated trying to set up applications and assign extensions. That's why they need you, or your Epygi-trained technician.
Your involvement, on the other hand, won't cut into your margins. You'll be trained, prepared and supported and, in a short time, become an expert.
You can plug any analog phone (or fax) into the phone ports. You can plug smarter and flashier IP phones into the same ports. Epygi has tested and certified SIP instruments from all of the most popular manufacturers. You can offer your customers choices instead of forcing their use of a proprietary branded phone.
You can also install remote and virtual extensions via the WAN port. To begin the process, you use a sensible GUI on a PC connected directly to the Quadro to direct calls, create directories and set up preferences. Moves, adds and changes can be made from the network later.
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