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Most business owners are always on the lookout for ways to improve their business, and one easy way to help streamline communications and overall productivity is simply to install a new internet telephone business solution. However, the path to choosing a business VoIP solution that will work can be a bit murky for some business owners, especially those that are not really familiar with hosted PBX and how the service actually runs.

The good news is that by just following a few simple steps it is easy to get a business VoIP solution that will fit in well with your business.

The first place to begin is with the network capacity that is available to your business for the initial business VoIP solution. This is important because you need to make sure that when you pick out a cloud VoIP service that your network can actually handle the surge in data that is going to be broadcast cross it.

You also will have to find out if your office network has the right LAN setup to make the installation of business VoIP possible. If the network is not sufficient then you will actually have to start here before you can hope to actually benefit and use any type of VoIP services.

The second step is also technical, and involves checking the bandwidth that your business actually has available to it as part of your internet solution. Most VoIP services require a certain amount of bandwidth in addition to what you use on a normal basis for regular business activities. It is important to make sure that your connection is not going to slow down once you start running the business VoIP solution, otherwise you will be slicing off your nose to spite your face so to speak.

The third step in choosing the right business VoIP solution is to take a close look at your actual business calling on a monthly basis because there are different types of VoIP solutions and you want to make one that is actually effective instead of purchasing a service that is going to add to your monthly budget without much benefit.
Hosted business VoIP is mainly designed to help businesses that make a large amount of international and long distance phone calls, if you usually only make local calls it may not be an actual cost saving installation although it does allow for the possibility of expansion down the line.

Finally, you need to make sure that you schedule in training for your employees prior to and after you install the new business telephone internet solution at your workplace. Many businesses think that they can skip over training on the new business VoIP solution, but this hinders productivity and will likely leave your employees in a position of confusion and lack of productivity short term if you do so.

Therefore, it is better to dedicate a few hours of training to the new system instead of leaving your employees in a long term lurch as they stumble through the new system.