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Business Phone Systems for 10 or more Phones

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PBX VoIP Business Communications Solution

Business Phone Systems for 10 or more Phones

Hosted PBX (Private Branch Exchange) is the modern version of the traditional telephone closet. The new hosted, or “cloud,” model puts the brains of your phone closet into professionally maintained data centers, helping businesses like yours to transform their communications and improve productivity—without the need to purchase expensive, complex, depreciating phone system software and hardware. Your service providers manage and monitor your system 24x7, allowing you to focus on work.

Perfect for supporting office functions across your business, the KX-NS700 incorporates mobile telephony, desk-based phones, and highly configurable voicemail systems to ensure that staff stays connected, wherever they’re working. Combined, they improve functionality, reduce costs, simplify administration and enhance customer service.

One flexible system.  Multiple communications capabilities.

  Smart Hybrid System

The system has sufficient capacity for legacy and IP ports, and an activation key or expansion cabinet that can be used to expand the system when you want. It can even connect to the Panasonic KX-NS1000 system to create a small, medium and enterprise solution.

  Advanced, Rich Features

The system starts from only 6 extensions, up to 288 extensions with Expansion Units. It is also a unified communications system which has rich IP features, such as mobile linking, integrated voicemail and e-mail, instant messaging (chat), and presence information.

  Call Center Solution

The KX-NS700 can support the needs of supervisors in call centers, such as queue announcements, live status monitoring, activity reports, automatic conversation recording and Network Attached Storage (NAS).

  Simplified Installation and Maintenance

The installer can easily program everything related to functions such as PBX and VM, thanks to a built-in web server. Programming can even be carried out remotely.

Upgrade your Phone System to a VoIP Hosted Solution Today and receive the Phones for free.  

 

Phone Service Starts at $15.99 per month.

Reduce Costs    Increase Satisfaction    Improve Efficiency

Smart hybrid PBX system for small and medium-sized businesses
Expand from 6 extensions, up to 288 extensions with Expansion Units
Cost-effective installation and operation
Applications including call center solution, mobile solution, and voicemail

Designed specifically for small or medium-sized businesses looking to take advantage of Panasonic’s reputation for quality technology, without needing a huge budget, the KX-NS700 unified communications solution is a small system with the ability to manage big future growth.

Easy to install and maintain, it’s a cost-effective legacy and IP communication system for companies with up to 250 users in a single site that can be flexibly configured and expanded, making it the ideal alternative to cloud-based solutions.

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