Why IP for telephony?

* Efficient communications among headquarters and branch offices.

* Integrated messaging across multiple facilities.

* Convenient, shortened phone numbers.

* On-the-fly phone conferences among geo-graphically dispersed participants.

* Centralized management of remote PBXs.

* Easy adds, moves and changes within the phone system.

* Single network for voice and data.

* Reduced inter- and intrastate toll charges.

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Alan Joch is a freelance writer based in New Hampshire.

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