No matter what your small/large business does, voice communication is a critical element of success. Your employees need a secure way to communicate with customers, contact prospective clients and conduct business. Installing a dedicated telephone system or PBX in your business can provide a number of important competitive advantages for your firm.
One of the most important advantages of using a dedicated telephone system for your small business is that all of the workers in the office will be able to share the same voice resources. A telephone system in place allows workers to transfer calls to one another, and that ability alone can make the business run more smoothly. Just imagine how time-consuming it is to have a worker from one part of the office go to another desk to answer a simple phone call vs. the ease of transferring a call directly to the person who can answer the question or solve the problem.
As a small business owner, communication costs are probably a big part of your budget. Moving away from individual phones and phone numbers, and toward an integrated telephone system can trim your costs and simplify the processing of monthly telephone invoices. Installing a telephone system will also make it easier to review your monthly charges and identify any problematic calling patterns, such as an employee making unauthorized personal calls on company time.
Once the telephone system is in place, it will be relatively easy to scale it up as your company grows. Starting with a small dedicated phone system that fits your needs is a good way to control costs during the critical start-up phase. Then as your business grows you can move to a larger system that can accommodate additional employees and newer features.
When your business installs its own telephone system, you can gain access to valuable extras that make it easier to manage your business and keep track of important meetings and clients. Most modern telephone systems include features that include voicemail, caller ID and automatic call forwarding. Those features can be very valuable to the small business–the ability to forward an office phone to a cell phone or pager can be especially valuable for busy salespeople.
Intercom systems can also be used for group calling as well as one-to-one communications, hands free, and a doorbell system. With a whole host of tasks which become easier when using an intercom system, now is the time to invest in one for your business. Improve security, and communication within your workplace.
With Intercom system a visitor can be identified.
Different intercom and door phone systems are widely used in residential buildings, business premises, shopping centres, office blocks, parking garages, etc. With an intercom system visitor can be identified, which gives added security. In retail premises, an intercom system can improve internal logistics (loading bay doors, etc.).
Rajabgi Services can serve you with:
- Solutions for new buildings and renovation sites
- intercom systems
- door phones
- code-based keypads
- video door phones
- gate phone systems
The modern systems can be easily connected to other systems, such as CCTV and access control systems. “Rajabgi Services” can provide all the required services: a survey of needs, system engineering, installations, deployment and training.
As a vendor-independent and experienced system supplier, we can easily find the best solution for each client specific requirements. Thanks to our extensive resources, our lead times are short and our performance is always of the highest quality.
- Project Execution: planning, installation and project development of intercom networks
- Technical Maintenance
- Advisory Services: deployment and training
- Wired Intercom System
Types of Intercom Systems
- wired intercom
A wired intercom (intercommunication device), talk back or door phone is a stand-alone voice communications system for use within a building or small collection of buildings. Its a two-way communication electronic device that contains circuitry for the purpose of transmitting and receiving audio and/or video transmissions.
A wireless intercom is a telecommunications device that enables voice communication without the need to run copper wires betweenintercom stations. … Most wireless intercom systems communicate by radio waves using one of the frequencies allotted by various government agencies.
Building a small office network isn’t possible without switches to tie devices together. Routers tie multiple networks together. When building a small office network, you’ll need one or more routers. A router connects your networked computers to the Internet.
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