What Is Convergence?
Benefits of converged communications
More than half of all Fortune 500 companies have adopted converged services. Why? There are several reasons:
- Saving money — Using a single network allows companies to save money on equipment and the maintenance costs that multiple networks require.
- More features — Converged services, such as VoIP, make better use of network resources and may even offer more features than traditional voice, for example, more handset options and easier-to-use conference calling.
- Easier accessibility from unified communications — data, voice, fax, e-mail, or video via IP in a central inbox — allows users to access information anytime, from anywhere, and from any platform. Most often from whatever media is most convenient: phone, cell, email or chat.
- Simpler and higher quality videoconferencing can help reduce business travel expenses. Lower costs and simpler vendor management are side benefits of having fewer vendors — and converged services can usually be offered by a single vendor.
- Ease of implementation —Convergence can be done all at once or piecemeal, as aging equipment (think old PBX phone systems) becomes obsolete.
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Convergence is not just about technology. It is about services, new ways of doing business. Your business deserves the same technology as a large corporate organisation, but on a smaller scale. Most SME customers remain in the dark about what convergence actually is.
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