Be VoIP. Be Prime. Be Barclay
What is Barclay VoIP?
Welcome to Barclay VoIP – an off-the-hook telephone system that gives you endless flexibility.
Barclay VoIP takes your standard fixed line telephone and catapults it into the 21st century. Collaboration, flexibility and efficiency are what make Barclay Digital Services a leading provider of VoIP, cloud based telephone systems.
Our software incorporates everything you loved about your standard desktop phones and introduces new cloud based technology to give you endless flexibility. Manage your system effectively whilst enabling your employees to maximise their productivity.
With Barclay VoIP’s mobile integration you have the ability to see one number no matter where you are in the world.
Customised groups for distribution and call allocation
Listen, save and forward your voicemail from your desktop
All your landline, mobile and broadband needs in one solution
Arrange and plan calls for when you are next available
Manage and control incoming calls by forwarding to the appropriate person
Record inbound or outbound calls for compliance, customer service or audit purposes
What is Voice over Internet Protocol?
Over 2 decades ago the now fast growing trend of VoIP – Voice over Internet Protocol – was almost non-existent. However in recent years this new method of telecommunications has experienced significant growth. Developed back in the 90’s primarily as a work around for cheap long distance calls it is rapidly becoming the go to solution for all businesses looking for a cheaper, more sustainable solution.
VoIP works by transferring the voice data between 2 specific IP addresses. It does this by breaking down the signals into pieces of data small enough to be transmitted. They then reform at the receiving end to the original state creating the whole voice.
Initially, VoIP was mainly used by individuals and IT companies who were technologically advanced enough to know about it, and also know how best to use it with the accompanying drawbacks in its earlier years of uptake.
Since then, things have come a long way in the world of VoIP. There are now many companies the world over who rely solely on VoIP as their phone system of choice.
What are the benefits of VoIP?
VoIP Technology provide consumers with a cheaper but also high quality alternative to traditional calling. Organisations can take advantage of great savings on fixed lines and lengthy installs. By using a subscription based solution you are able to budget easier knowing what your telecoms requirement will be over the year.
Having all your communication needs under one bill allows you as the end user to gain more visibility over your spending which brings more control to the customer. Barclay Digital Services offers a single billing platform that gives their customers the ability to monitor all aspects of their telecommunications with ease.
VOIP solutions are already and will continue to be the future of the fixed telecoms industry. Moving to a VOIP platform now means you are protecting yourself for the switch off of the traditional copper solution currently used and ensuring you are on a platform that continues to grow in function and features.
Modern business requires more time out of the office, working from home, hot-desking or elsewhere in the world. With VOIP you are no longer confined and are able to operate outside of the office as well as from your desk. New mobile applications mean you are no longer tethered to your workstation but have the flexibility to work from anywhere.
Is your business growing steadily? Do you need to add users to your existing phone system? No problem. The cloud platform is easily updated with new extensions and DDI’s as required and with the mobile app or soft client new users can be up and running in a very short period of time, even without a new phone.
All testing and maintenance is carried out in the cloud. This means no more localised failures of your telephone system. Gone are the days of waiting on the engineer to get to site or having to ordering new hardware with the potential of being down for several days.