XO Communications says it’s helping multi-location businesses have more flexibility in bringing all of their offices and operations onto a single, multi-featured communications platform and unifying their employees with advanced VoIP capabilities and tools.
XO has enhanced its Hosted PBX service for multi-location business and enterprise customers by offering a customer-provided bandwidth option. These customers will now be able to connect to the XO’s business VoIP service and leverage the full capabilities of XO Hosted PBX for all of their employees and offices through an Internet connection from any broadband provider.
The XO Hosted PBX bring your own bandwidth” (BYOB) capability is designed to give midsize and multi-location enterprise companies more flexibility in using the capabilities of XO Hosted PBX for all of their offices and operations.
XO says Hosted PBX helps businesses reduce costs, simplify the management of their communications environment, and enjoy the productivity benefits of VoIP. The cloud-based offering combines voice and network services with equipment in one complete solution.
Service capabilities and features include IP telephony and unified communication applications; free local and site-to-site calling; HD voice; IP phone sets from Cisco and Polycom; enterprise-grade network services with MPLS IP-VPN; mobility capabilities for on-the-go employees; and a Web portal for command and control and easy service management.
Customers are encouraged to connect via our end-to-end, quality managed solution, although it is not always practical for smaller branch offices,” said Don MacNeil, chief marketing officer, XO Communications. “This new offering allows XO to engineer solutions for multi-location enterprise customers so they can seamlessly unite all of their locations and employees on one communications platform.”
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May 24 2019 @ 15:22:08 UTC