On Site Telephone Systems
Onsite telephone systems have been around for a long time, they’re great for small, single site businesses and support a whole host of line and cabling types. Typically, telephone lines are delivered to your building then terminated in to a box on the wall or in your communications cabinet/room. Handsets around the building then connect to this box using new or existing cabling.
Our Mitel and LG desk phone solutions ensure we can provide a set up that enhances your business operations. No two businesses are the same, but equally our experience ensures we will always configure a solution that is right for you.
We install on site telephone systems from market leaders LG and Mitel. Odyssey appreciates that having access to market leading hardware is only part of the solution.
Understanding your business needs, issues and opportunities is absolutely key to how we configure your telephone system and make best use of features available. Our aim is to take complete responsibility for all of your telecoms needs and deliver a service that enables you to do business.
Boiling large and complex information down into easy to digest bits is what Odyssey do best. Here are some key stats:
of new telephone lines configured for onsite telephone systems are SIP
We’re still supporting telephone systems we installed in…
…of the installing engineers are fully trained employed engineers. We never sub contract.
Our specialist Matt is here to give you all the advice and help you need.
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