As a business you need every advantage you can get to enable you to compete against competitors with more resources. Wahaya can provide user-friendly, cost-effective, enterprise-class VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) solutions, along with video collaboration solutions either Hosted or On-Premise.
Connect efficiently, increase productivity, and speed decision making to benefit both the company and individual members of your staff and beyond. Wahaya market leading and industry best solutions are provided to you through our vendor partners to deliver an excellent telephony solution for your business that will meet and exceed the requirements of your company.
Work like you are all in one room, even when you are not. From collaborative team sessions thought instant messaging, or dialing into a conference using your phone, Unified Communications can bring email and voicemail into one place. It can integrate meetings, presentations, chat , video and even voice calls into a single application for increased productivity, and in some case can be more cost effective than traditional analog solutions.
Ever since hosted UC came on the scene, businesses have started opting out of their on-premises (on-prem) solutions and replacing them with cloud-based UC options. Before you make the plunge into the world of hosted cloud UC, however, it is advisable to compare and contrast the two in order to determine whether you’re making the right decision for your needs.
Areas that vary depending on which solution you deploy include cost, installation, maintenance, disaster recovery (DR) options and more — all of which deserve some scrutinizing before committing to either on-prem or hosted UC.
There are pros and cons of both hosted PBX as well as on-premise PBX. There are some fundamental differences to each of the systems and they feature advantages that should be known prior to making a decision on one or the other. The move to an IP-PBX business phone system is beneficial regardless of which system is ultimately chosen. However, there are differences and knowing those leads to a better VoIP phone system and a higher level of satisfaction for the company, employees and even callers.