Broadview Networks Launches OfficeSuite Simplicity
The newly launched OfficeSuite Simplicity from Broadview Networks ensures that small businesses are able to enjoy enterprise level flexibility and functionality in a cordless phone system without having to invest in the time and money required to deploy new wiring and hardware.
The features integrated into the OfficeSuite Simplicity make it more suitable for businesses that rely on mobile workforce like medical offices, retail stores, restaurants, real-estate, and insurance agencies.
Brian Crotty, chief operating officer at Broadview, commented, “OfficeSuite Simplicity is specifically designed to give small businesses the enterprise-grade features and functionality of our award-winning cloud-based phone system with a wireless setup they can manage themselves. Small businesses need to take advantage of every opportunity to grow their customer base without spending thousands of dollars on equipment, wiring, servers and setup. We designed our Simplicity offering to be intuitive, easy to use and cordless so that small businesses can enjoy total control, transparency and flexibility in their phone system.”
The OfficeSuite Simplicity is said to be based on Broadview’s OfficeSuite, a unified communications systems hosted in the cloud using which one can increase flexibility, avoid disasters, improve customer satisfaction. Along with advanced functionalities like unlimited nationwide calling, toll-free phone service and digital faxing, the new OfficeSuite Simplicity also boasts features like mobile twinning, which rings two phones simultaneously so users’ business never misses a call and a digital receptionist that can be used to answer and route calls.
The new solution is very easy to setup and make changes and it lets users install phones where they need them without expensive wiring. It also allows the use of a desk phone, mobile phone, or a laptop to extend their reach everywhere.
Broadview added that the OfficeSuite Simplicity phone with base station is available for $99.99, and additional phones are $69.99 each and users also have the option to avail the monthly service for $23.99 with a 30-day money-back satisfaction guarantee.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker