Call Logging - Reports can be produced for calls either from an extension or to a specific number.
Call queues - allow many lines to be held with your message prompts.
Call recording - Calls from extensions can be recorded by the phone system for use later.
CLI - caller line identification - allows you to see who is calling you before you lift the receiver.
DDI - Direct Dial In - An external phone number rings an extension directly
DID - Direct Inward dialling - Same as DDI
Digital receptionist - can route calls through to the correct department with ease.
Exchange Unified Messaging (UM) - Microsoft (R) Exchange provides for Voice Mail in exchange mail.
Integrated fax server - Users can receive and send faxes using Windows (R) Computers
IP - Internet Protocol - The language that all computers use over the internet.
ISDN - Integrated Services Digital Network - Digital Lines supplied as 2 or 30, allows for clearer speech and more features like DDI
Music on hold - when you want to transfer a call music, or indeed an advert, is played to your caller.
Night Service - Allows ringing patterns to change at a particular time of the day.
PBX - Private Branch eXchange - Is a telephone exchange that serves a business or office
PSTN - An analogue phone lines
Remote access or working from home is easily configured, allowing calls to be made and received from anywhere you are.
SIP - Session Initiation Protocol - Allows different types of IP Telephony to communicate seamlessly
Voice mail integrated with email - means that when a message is left for you an email is sent to your chosen email address.
VoIP - Voice-over-Internet protocol - Used by all IP Telephones to make calls over the internet.
VOIP enabled - giving you the power of the internet to communicate easily to you customers