Business-Based VoIP Providers Experiencing Record Growth
Since 2006, VoIP service providers have seen a steady increase in customer recognition and have enjoyed tremendous success in B2B sales. They have, however, also seen a great deal of startup companies pop up in the wake of their success. This trend (at least the growth of the industry and the customer recognition portions) is sure to continue as collaboration with other communication giants leads to mass media attention, mobility capabilities, and the brand names of players in the VoIP industry making their way to large platforms, such as Facebook.
The benefits that businesses have already enjoyed as a result of the services and features provided by VoIP companies, such as significantly lower monthly expense, improved conference clarity with HD voice and audio, and an ease of adding additional lines or extensions, will now be joined by another list of equally impressive options.
When convenience is the name of the game as it is in today’s society, it better involve mobility. VoIP providers have recognized the importance of this and joined forces with some of the big names in mobile communication to create the beginning of a new trend in 2010 – mobile VoIP – which will equate to inexpensive calling and messaging on the go.
This is a feature that has been offered by many hosted VoIP companies as another means of communication between businesses and their customers. However, these nifty little buttons are now showing up in new and unexpected places. More and more often, businesses are feeling encouraged to make use of the privatized communication on blog pages, auction sites and, perhaps more importantly, on social networking sites that have millions of viewers each day.
With a good amount of competition driving providers to continue to improve upon what is already great service, VoIP is sure to continue its impressive levels of growth well into the future.