Is your current phone system holding you back?

More Risk, Fewer Features: The Shortcomings of Legacy Phone Systems

Increased Cost

 Legacy systems become more expensive to maintain as technology becomes obsolete.


As phone systems age, they become increasingly unreliable.


Legacy systems are often inflexible and struggle to adapt to changing work dynamics.

Resistance to ComplexityCostsChange

Some of the main reasons companies don’t upgrade to a more reliable phone system

  1. Comfort Zone: Familiarity provides a sense of security. People tend to stick to what they know because it feels safe and predictable. Change disrupts this comfort zone, leading to resistance.

  2. Fear of the Unknown: Change introduces uncertainty. People worry about potential negative outcomes, loss of control, or unfamiliar situations. Fear of failure or making mistakes can paralyze them.

  3. Lack of Trust: If people don’t trust the source of change (such as leadership or technology), they resist it. Trust issues can arise from past experiences or uncertainty about intentions.

how we Provide ComfortConquer the UnknownBuild your trust

We understand that changing phone systems can seem like a huge task. That’s why we take time to plan and implement the correct product that is tailored to your business needs instead of just a one-size-fits-all solution.

How we help make the process smooth:

  1. First, we assess your needs:

    • We evaluate your organization’s unique requirements.
    • We consider factors such as the number of users, call volume patterns, required features, scalability, and integration with existing tools (like CRM software).
    • Finally, we consider and plan for future growth.
  2. Choose the Right Technology:

    • We research and select a phone system that aligns with your needs.
    • And we consider factors like reliability, scalability, ease of use, and compatibility with existing infrastructure.
  3. Understand Features and Functionalities:

    • We prioritize essential features (e.g., call forwarding, voicemail, conferencing, automated attendants, call recording).
    • Then, we ensure the chosen system meets your communication needs and enhances customer interactions.
  4. Forecast Costs:

    • Estimate the total cost of ownership, including setup, hardware, licensing, and ongoing maintenance.
    • Factor in any additional costs related to scalability or future upgrades.
  5. Plan Implementation:

    • Create a detailed implementation plan.
    • Define roles and responsibilities for team members involved in the transition.
    • Set a timeline and milestones for each phase of the process.
  6. Enable Your Team:

    • Train your staff on using the new phone system.
    • Provide resources (user guides, FAQs, video tutorials) to help them adapt.
    • Ensure everyone understands the benefits and how to leverage the system effectively.

Three reasons to switch to us

We hear it a lot – “Our phones never seem to work right.” Tired of poor phone service?

Here are three reasons to switch:

We configure our VoIP to match your current system’s features, making the switch as smooth as possible.

Say goodbye to hardware hassles – we cover the life of the

Call center functionality, voicemail to email and SMS and more – all without contracts!