Hosted PBX Adoption Expected To Rapidly Increase
Modern-day advances in digital communications have strengthened the position that Hosted PBX providers, like BroadConnect Telecom, hold over traditional telecommunications providers. Such advances have enabled end users everywhere to reap the advantages of a full service digital platform, while enabling them a unified communications platform to keep costs low.
This report concludes that enhanced Voice over IP (VoIP) services have far surpassed the capabilities of historic telephony services. Thanks to future-proof communications, this can now be considered a viable means of incorporating a full-service unified communications solution designed specifically to meet the unique challenges of the SME market. Recent studies would suggest that SME demand for quantifiable unified communications hosted services coupled with the industry preference for high quality VoIP service would present a competitive risk to the already unstable conventional telephony model.
Findings indicate that while small businesses have not been entirely smitten by the idea of leaving their old phone carrier behind, the Hosted PBX market is expected to rapidly increase over the next 3 years. In fact, it is estimated that the hosted services market will reach record highs at $1.2 billion by 2015; up from one-half billion dollars in today’s market. This substantial increase will come as a direct result of an accelerate adoption rate as more and more small business owners realize the immense benefits of Hosted PBX services.
From a businessman’s perspective, Hosted PBX delivers results that the conventional telephony carrier simply cannot. For example, smaller businesses can now take comfort in knowing that they have access to a high level of business-enhancing features, performance and service without the hassles and costly expense of doing business with the telephone company.
Furthermore, Hosted PBX services, from a reputable service provider like BroadConnect, delivers substantially lower operating costs and provides an efficient alternative to enterprise-owned, proprietary, and infrastructure-based phone systems.