With your CoreDial private label account, you can offer SIP Trunking solutions that fit virtually any size business. From small businesses looking for the flexibility and cost savings of VoIP, to mid-sized businesses looking for business continuity, disaster recovery, and unlimited or metered calling plans, you can offer a solution that is ideally suited for your customers' requirements.
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) has become the common signaling standard for real-time communications for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). SIP is an open-standard, which enables our customers to seamlessly connect existing customer premise equipment (CPE) with our carrier-class voice network.
A SIP Trunk is a virtual phone line that utilizes a Broadband connection for access, offering up to 40% savings over traditional telephone lines, with benefits including:
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Shared SIP trunking is when more than one office shares SIP trunking services through one account. The benefits are many, and start with the customers ability to plan for peak concurrent call utilization across the enterprise, versus on a location by location basis. Most of the time this will result in immediate cost savings, as well as a more flexible and scalable solution for the customer.
Let’s say you have a customer that has 3 locations. They currently have 15 lines (POTs lines, or call paths on a PRI) at location one, 10 lines at location two, and 5 lines at location three. That’s 30 lines total today (15 + 10 + 5 = 30).
Provide your customer with one or many SIP trunk groups, and any number of pre-paid call paths. Also, offer them the ability to “burst” up to ten (10) additional call paths on-demand for a slight surcharge.
In many cases, your customers can make due with 20% less (or more) lines if they could be shared across the enterprise. So instead of 30 lines, they may only need 24 lines (30 x .8 = 24). Not only is that an immediate cost savings, but there are call routing and business continuity benefits included with the service.