We’ll work with you to identify your communication requirements and find the right system for your business, delivering a powerful on-premise phone system that will transform your business.
What is an on-premise phone system?
Looking for scalability and cost-efficiency from your business phone system? An on-premise PBX phone system, as its name suggests, is located in your office or on your business premises. It’s a private telephone network so you’re in control and any user of the PBX phone system can communicate internally and externally. Each member of the team can have their own direct dial number, handset and voicemail. Powerful call management features such as call routing, call transfers, call recording, call queuing, comfort messages, on hold music and voice menus are all part of an on-premise phone system. Plus, as your business grows – an on-premise phone system will grow with you! Focus Group deliver the very latest in powerful on premise PBX phone system solutions, in partnership with all the leading providers of telecoms technology. Whatever your requirements, we have the solution to take your business communications to the next level.
Benefits of an on-prem phone system
A comprehensive on-premise phone system enables a business to invest in a solution that will deliver one network to cover all its communication needs. And it’s a long-term solution for unified communications given its call management capabilities and scalability. In a nutshell, it’ll grow, support and evolve in line with your business.
The power of an on premise phone systems lies in its ability to support the communication requirements of businesses that range in size from a handful of employees to thousands. A PBX solution will also support remote working with call routing to mobile devices and dynamic extensions
An on premise PBX phone system comes hand-in-hand with a wealth of powerful call management features which enable inbound calls to be dealt with efficiently and professionally. Automatic call distribution and pre-recorded messaging will ensure customers are directed towards the right department to deal with their call, whilst comfort messages, call recording and voicemail will manage caller expectations