20 Jun Integration & VoIP: Tomorrow’s mother tongue ….
The way we communicate will have completely changed by 2020. Change is imminent, so you better start digesting it now…
Integration in the context of IT is the process of bringing together a number of subsystems so that each component ideally comes together to quickly, and easily share information when needed.
This process often requires companies to build applications that combine new and existing hardware and software.
Businesses often see integration as a time consuming and difficult process. Problems often occur when companies attempt to link a range of existing systems, produced from a number of different manufacturers together. Or when there is a lack of continuity their current systems. These integration challenges have a negative impact on the overall efficiency of your business processes and so many businesses give up at the first hurdle. But if you want your business to let you must embrace integration….
VoIP Technology by 2020:
- Mobile Broadband
- Unified Communications
- Automated Processes
- Virtual Platforms
So speed is the key to success?
Yes. Most businesses are aware that integration often takes time. And that the best place to start is with the customer relationship Management (CRM) system. But then what? What do you do once you have a fully integrated a cloud-based CRM system? A VoIP system of course.
VoIP the voice of the future…
VoIP the voice of the future…
VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol and is a category of hardware and software that enables people to use the Internet as a medium for calls. It works by sending voice data in packets using IP instead of the traditional circuit transmissions of the PSTN.
“Mobile is eating the world” Benedict Evans
We all know that the mobile movement has taken over and changed our lives. But what does this mean for VoIP systems? The future of VoIP is affluent. As more and more of our lives have become digitalised the need for a VoIP system is becoming more and more essential.
VoIP Technology by 2020
I recently read an article by Tom Nolle on the future of unified communications. He predicts that by 2020 the way we communicate with one another will have progressed to a whole new level. His hypothesis based on current consumer behaviour is:
Will be fully integrated and practised. And businesses will be employing a BYOD Bring Your Own Device policy.
The Cloud Services
Market will have grown significantly as a result of: unified communications, the growing interest in collaborative working and the popularity of applications.
Servers, Storage and Virtual Platforms for Applications
The demand for virtual platforms for applications will continue to increase. Especially because the platforms can expand and contract when needed; meaning that they are agile and can be easily integrated.
And so, in summary, is your company speaking the language of the future? Visit our RingCentral Partner page and learn why they are our VoIP system providers of choice CLICK HERE