SIP Trunking allows customers to cut costs, improve business continuity and support growth with ease. It can be a great alternative for customers looking to maximize their current voice communication investments without having to rip and replace.
Plus, with benefits such as on-demand scalability and built in redundancy, SIP trunking is a great way to ease into cloud solutions while leveraging your current solution.
Benefits of SIP Trunking
What is SIP Trunking?
SIP Trunking is a way to deliver voice and media over the Internet. If your business phone system, or PBX, can connect to the Internet and use the SIP protocol to make calls over the Internet, then SIP trunking can be a means of delivering high quality, reliable digital voice services for your business without the cost of additional hardware.
What Does That Mean For Your Business?
Consistent Experience. SIP trunking supports voice and media data so you can run your all communications efforts over the same network.
Improved Business Continuity. Carrier diversity and redundancy is a key benefit of SIP trunking. If an outage does occur, your business phone system will have access to multiple carriers through your SIP trunking provider’s network to ensure uptime.
On-Demand Scalability. When your business grows or if you have seasonal fluctuations in call volume, you’ll likely need to add phone lines to support those changes. With SIP trunking, your telecom connectivity can quickly scale as you need it to.
Stepping Stone to Cloud. SIP trunking is a great alternative if you’re considering the cloud but aren’t quite ready to make the leap. By combining onsite UC solutions with SIP trunking, you’ll be able to maintain the control of your onsite solution while gaining cloud benefits such as flexibility to grow and simplified management.