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With innovations and advances, VoIP is emerging as the leading communications technology and the inevitable “phone system of the future.” Private Branch Exchange (PBX) phone systems have come a long way since their inception. Internet connections and widely-accessible broadband have transformed PBX systems into a data-dependent, digital delivery system for voice and multimedia communications. This new system is called a Voice-over-Internet Protocol network, or VoIP system.

By the end of 2014, experts forecast global IT spending surpassed $3.8 trillion, a 3% hike compared to 2013. Of this growth, researchers believe VoIP solutions represent at least 40%. If businesses sustain such spending habit, the VoIP marketing in particular could reach $80 billion over the next three years.

Common features of VOIP Digital phone systems

Speed Dial: Useful for frequently called numbers, which can be stored and called by pressing a single number assigned to them.

Last-Number Redial: A quick way to connect to the most recent caller.

Auto Attendant: Helpful in routing missed calls, this feature is also called virtual or digital attendant.

Call Hold: Allows a person on one call to be placed on hold while a second call is answered from the same device.

Music on Hold: Allows music to be played while a person is on hold.

DND (Do Not Disturb): Allows incoming calls to be routed to voicemail without disturbing the user.

Call screening: Similar to DND but with the addition of having live active control over the phone with the ability to answer any call, or not.

Conference Calls: Calls in which multiple individuals participate together simultaneously from various locations using multiple devices.

Automated Directory: Routes all calls to pre-set destinations and assists in finding the extension of a desired contact.

Call forwarding: An automated mechanism for routing a call to a different phone number or to voicemail.

Voicemail to email transcription: Converts voicemail to email, helpful when one is out of the office or doesn’t want to be disturbed.