Introducing 3CX VoIP PBX
3CX Phone system is a software only VoIP PBX that runs on windows server. Being software only, 3CX has a number of advantages over other business VoIP phone systems:
Since 3CX only do software, they have made 3CX hardware agnostic. This means that 3CX can work with nearly all modern VoIP handsets, gateways and other SIP standards based hardware.
Unencumbered as by any hardware appliance limitations, 3CX comes with all of the business phne system features that you will need including but not limited to:
- Support for an unlimited number of extensions of mixed vendor and model VoIP handsets
- Call Logging
- Call reporting
- Call transfer (blind and attended)
- Call forwarding (on busy, no answer)
- Call routing
- Conference calling
- Auto Attendant / Digital Receptionist
- Call recording
- Voicemail (and voicemail to email)
- Music on hold
- Full call centre features including, queues, listen in, barge in, wallboards and advanced queue managment
Rapid feature development and release
As a software only product, all of 3CX’s engineering resource is focused on new feature development, and since its just another windows application, it can be upgraded quickly and easily.
Really easy to manage
Use the included web management interface to manage your phone system from anywhere. 3CX can auto provision handsets from most major vendors making the deployment of 3CX (and subsequent extension configuration, additions and moves) really easy.
Its just another windows application
Use existing windows servers, and management tools to manage your phone system, making backups and restores of your business communications as easy to perform as any other application on your network.
Use VoIP/SIP trunks from any provider
Since 3CX supports the industry standard SIP protocol, it can connected to all major SIP trunk providers. Grapevine can help you migrate your existing landline numbers to SIP releasing your numbers from a physical line into your premises providing you with the ability to get your phones back up and running fast in the event of a disaster or loss of service.