At this point, many business owners have heard of SIP trunking; however, they may not fully understand what the technology entails. That means they may not know if their business can benefit from it.
A few months ago, we shared with you an informative post titled What Matters Most in a SIP Trunk Provider? Now, Software Advice, a free online tool for researching VoIP software, just released the second half of their 2015 SIP Trunking report. The data was so extensive that they had to create two reports! Working with their research partner, Lightspeed GMI, Software Advice gathered 208 responses from random IT decision-makers over a five-day survey consisting of 30 questions.
We’ve worked closely with Software Advice over the past couple of months to present to you the most up-to-date research conducted in the VoIP industry. Remember such articles as What is the Ideal Phone Setup for Your VoIP System?, Free Communications Apps, Switching to VoIP, and Telecommunications Search Trends? Well, we’re doing it again with this post. Settle in as we present to you Part II: What Matters Most in a SIP Trunk Provider? For the complete article, please click here.
Five days… 30 questions… 208 unique responses… Software Advice, a fantastic telecom software reviewer, is at it again! Over the past few months we’ve been working closely with Software Advice to bring you the best research in the VoIP industry. We’ve posted articles ranging from Free Communications Apps, to Switching to VoIP, to Telecommunications Search Trends and each article is full of data that is designed to help our readers become more informed and more empowered decision makers.
Choose Your Free Communications Apps Wisely
It’s safe to say that most people have heard of free apps, like Skype, that allow people to stay in touch with friends and family or even to help run a business. But are these apps truly free or do they come with hidden costs that can prove to be detrimental to a business?
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