Suited to businesses of all sizes, our VoIP allows you to easily port your number to our network.
Our Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) allows you to maximise your existing PBXs, while getting all the benefits of modernised, flexible services over IP. By switching to VoIP with our Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking service, your monthly costs will reduce, while your call quality improves. This means you’ll no longer need telephone lines and third-party service providers.
Our technology works with all major PBXs, across any network infrastructure, making it a viable option for any business as it requires minimal (or in some cases, zero) investment. Suited to businesses of all sizes, our VoIP allows you to easily port your number to our network.
Tier one network – direct interconnects to all fixed and mobile operators in South Africa
Saicom in partnership with Call Cabinet’s Atmos.
Call recording platform is a game-changing compliant interaction recorder that offers a unique “pay as you grow” (SaaS) business model. With automatic upgrades and 24×7 support, Atmos offers a distinctly disruptive technology that guarantees your calls (and soon all other interactions) will be recorded every time and stored in a secure and compliant environment. Access to recordings is simple via the Atmos HTMLS portal that offers all the flexibility of this web-based application that can be accessed from any device and from anywhere that there is an internet connection. The scalability of Atmos means that it is cost-effective for organizations with as few as 2-3 users but also meets the needs of a large enterprise.
This solution is easily enabled on any Saicom Cloud PBX extension or SIP Trunk.
At Saicom, quality is stitched into our core, by interconnecting directly with the majority of voice providers in South Africa we can ensure true end-to-end quality and service for our client’s voice communications.
Here is a list of voice providers that we currently interconnect with:
As the name suggests, Voice over IP (VoIP) delivers voice communication and multimedia sessions (such as video conferencing) over IP networks. This means people can use the internet as the transmission medium for making phone calls. Consumer examples of this include Skype and WhatsApp calling.
VoIP technology can also be leveraged to enhance traditional PBX solutions while delivering modernised, flexible communication services over IP infrastructure
VoIP uses codecs (programmes that compress data to enable faster transmission) to encapsulate audio into data packets. These packets are transmitted across an IP network and then decompressed using codecs at the other end of the connection.
By eliminating traditional telephony infrastructure (think copper-wire landlines), VoIP reduces network infrastructure costs and lets companies use their internet connections to deliver an integrated voice and data experience to employees.
A VoIP phone system requires an internet connection to make and receive calls while traditional phone systems use PSTN (public switched telephone network). Even though both provide platforms for communication, ‘normal’ business phones are limited by analogue capabilities while VoIP services provide organisations with comprehensive digital offerings that can scale according to their requirements while delivering superior voice quality.
VoIP ensures your business no longer needs telephone lines and third-party phone service providers. The technology works with all major PBX systems, across any network infrastructure. This means an effective reduction in your call rates when you switch to a VoIP service provider in South Africa.
An organisation can easily port its number to a VoIP environment and use it from anywhere in South Africa whether on or off their corporate network. This means that employees are not stuck to the business phone system in an office, instead they can use their home internet service (or their mobile phone to create a wifi hotspot) to access their business voip phone service.
In addition to voicemail, call forwarding, call hold and transfer, and call recording capabilities, VoIP systems can also deliver automated attendant functionality. This feature answers all incoming calls and sends them to their desired extension using call routing rules. With remote working becoming a way of life for many, this feature can be a significant time (and cost) saver to ensure employees are always contactable.
Additionally, a VoIP provider can deliver a unified communication experience that integrates audio conferencing, video meetings, and messaging in a central environment. Whether for internal or external use, this unified communication delivers a far more effective way of engaging with employees and customers using the environments they are comfortable with than traditional phone systems.