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Discover the advantages of 3CX software VoIP IP PBX

3CX Phone System for Windows is an award-winning software-based IP PBX that replaces traditional proprietary hardware PBX. It is based on the SIP standard and supports most popular SIP phones, VoIP Gateways, VoIP service providers and PSTN phone lines. It is easy to manage by system administrators as it integrates well with Windows Network infrastructure.

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3CX web-based management console

Benefits:

  • No need for separate phone cables as the phone system uses the existing data network
  • Easier to install and manage via its web-based management console
  • Far less expensive than a hardware-based PBX
  • Allows employees to hot-desk and tele-work
  • Users can configure their extensions themselves using the self-service User Portal
  • Utilize any SIP phone instead of being locked into one vendor
  • Receive and make calls via existing phone lines using VoIP Gateways
  • Save on call costs with 'out of the box' configurations for popular SIP / VoIP providers

Key Features:

  • 3CX VoIP Client - simplifies usage and boosts mobility
  • Web-based management console for easier administration
  • Unlimited extensions
  • Windows 2008 server integration - run a PBX virtualized
  • BLF - set presence and eliminate phone tag
  • MS Outlook / Salesforce.com integration - launch calls directly from your favorite CRM
  • 3CX Bridges - connect branch offices seamlessly
  • 3CX Tunnel - for easy remote connections
  • Fax server
  • Unified Messaging - receive voice mail and fax via email
  • Unlimited auto-attendant / digital receptionist
  • Phone provisioning
  • Paging and intercom
  • Call forwarding with advanced rules by caller ID, time and type of call
  • Call queuing
  • Call recording
  • Call conferencing
  • Call parking, call pickup, call forward, dial by name
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