The examples below show how much real companies have saved by switching to Conversant’s virtual phone systems.
This property management and development business was managing calls with nine Centrex extensions. The management team found the set-up complex, expensive and inflexible.
Conversant proposed a VOIP system powered by C-Vox. This gave the property business unprecedented simplicity and flexibility, as well as more call management features. As well as an improved service, they are now paying under half the monthly costs and saving an estimated 30% on call costs.
This civil and structural engineering company had a 12-month-old physical PABX under 5-year lease (including phones) with 17 extensions and fax. The management team wanted to review the current system to explore potential cost savings.
Since the company had recently invested in new equipment, and had a good Internet infrastructure, Conversant recommended replacing all ISDN lines and related services by connecting the existing PABX to Conversant’s C-Trunk VOIP telephone service. When this solution was implemented it cut monthly line rental costs by 90% and offered savings on calls of over 20%.
This insurance broker was using a number of standard phone lines without any PABX to manage phone calls. The customer wanted greater flexibility, to allow calls to be professionally managed, regardless of where their staff were located.
This telesales company was using specialised call centre equipment to make outbound calls over ISDN connections. The management team wanted to cut costs and implement a more flexible solution. They were seeking greater scalability and fewer geographical restrictions.
By connecting the call centre equipment to Conversant’s C-Trunk service the customer got the scalability, reliability and cost cutting they were hoping for. In addition, the system has capacity for more concurrent calls, can be expanded without further cost and lets new or additional office locations be added easily. Finally by introducing C-Vox virtual PABX, the customer was able to add inbound calling campaigns to its range of services.
This well-known clothing manufacturer decided to review their legacy telecommunications system as part of an upcoming office relocation. The existing telecommunications infrastructure was complex to manage (due to multiple providers), difficult to configure and excessively costly. It also wouldn’t allow for the company’s growth plans which included international operations.
Conversant implemented C-Vox, enabling a massive simplification of the telecommunications infrastructure whilst providing a broad feature set that is accessible wherever the business chooses to operate. What’s more, Conversant allowed the manufacturer to save almost 40% of their fixed monthly costs.