An article on Enterprise VoIP Planet offers analyst quotes that concur with what I've felt for awhile: as a first step, many larger companies are deploying VoIP inone location at a time,maybe only oneIP PBX.
They do this to assess performance before they jump into the deep end of the pool.
I've noticed this repeatedly in the enterprise VoIP case studies I write for Von Magazine.
As the Enterprise VoIP Planet article notes, though, smaller enterprises are less bound by such caution.
Why is this? I have my own ideas: less layers of approval with more nimble decision making; closercollaboration in the testing process, older communications infrastructure compared to larger as well as similarly sized rivals.
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