On-Site PBX or Cloud PBX: What’s Best For ME?
With the overload of information and options out there, figuring out what kind of phone system is right for your business can be difficult and very frustrating. There are pros and cons to Cloud PBX and an On-Site PBX. There are some fundamental differences to each of the systems. They all feature advantages that should be known prior to making a decision one way or another.
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What Are The Main Differences Between On-Site PBX and Cloud PBX?
What’s an On-Site PBX?
With an On-Site PBX, the equipment is installed and maintained locally at your company’s place of business. You own the equipment outright. On-Site Telephone systems can be digital, VoIP, analog, or a hybrid of all three, depending on your needs.
One time capital expense
No monthly cost
Maintenance plans available
Lease to Own Options Available
Allows for analog back-up telephone lines
What’s a Cloud (Hosted) PBX?
With a Cloud PBX, the phone system server resides in the provider’s data center instead of your office. Voice and data traffic is routed over the public switched telephone network, or PSTN, to the hosted system. Since the system itself is offsite web-based access to configure and make changes to your system is provided.
Low up-front cost
Predictable monthly expenses
Choosing the right type of PBX system for your business is a big decision!
We are here to help. Should you have any questions about On-Site PBX versus Cloud PBX, our team is available to not only answer your questions, but make recommendations based on your unique preferences and budget. Contact us today to learn more about whether or not a PBX system is ideal for your business.