IP Telephony Can Be the Remedy for Networking Woes

19 Dec 2002
Recent Yankee Group research has shown that a large percentage of enterprises haven't leveraged voice equipment to improve operational efficiency. Most large enterprises have a network made up of PBXs at a few of their main offices and key systems scattered throughout the rest of the organization. In most cases, the systems don't network. This results in higher costs for system administration and intra-office phone calls. Several Fortune 500 companies were among those we recently interviewed. They all had voice networks made up of disparate systems that don't work together.
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