Making the Business Case for SIP Trunking

SIP Trunking

Issue Summary

SIP trunking does far more than unify voice and data channels. It also enables the easier integration of virtually all aspects of unified communications services — video, email, messaging, presence, directory services, mobility and voice — by letting all use the same communications protocol layer. Indeed what's driving adoption of SIP trunking today isn’t voice at all. This Digital Issue reviews cost savings and other benefits that help channel partners make the business case for SIP trunking.

Table of Contents

  • Identifying Benefits
  • Assessing the Costs
  • Factoring New Functionality
  • Considering Increasing Adoption

Takeaways for Your Business

  • Why resiliency, flexibility and DR characteristics of SIP trunking are driving adoption
  • How to account for hardware, network and engineering costs of SIP trunking
  • How support for mobility and UC figure into a TCO analysis for SIP trunking