Enterprises share their use case and best practices for elastic SIP trunking
For organizations hoping to save some money on their phone bill, SIP trunking is a natural place to look. Not only does it provide companies with a clear and consistent bill, but it also costs less than traditional phone services and provides a whole host of additional benefits, including:
- Reliability: Traditional phone services can be stymied by bad weather, downed lines, or human error, but SIP trunking is steadfast. Vendors offer mobile-failover for redundancy, meaning you can still make calls when one outlet is down.
- Scalability: SIP supports rapid growth across multiple geographic locations, and its fast scalability lets companies scale with flexibility as they explore new locations or bring on additional remote workers.
- Customization: With SIP, your employees can connect their mobile devices via flexible VoIP apps you can install safely and securely, letting them remain connected to your phone system no matter where they are, …