Here's why smaller companies take fewer VoIP deployment "baby steps"

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.

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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