This new phone system allows users to park calls with the press of a single button and see which lines are parked and which are free. The system also allows for calls to be easily picked up from any other phone regardless of physical location. This is particularly useful for businesses such as restaurants and retail that rely on multiple phones situated throughout a particular building.
Built from direct customer feedback, BullsEye’s VoIP Key System will help businesses that are ready to move from POTS to VoIP retain the familiarity of a “key type” system for their users.
Features of the VoIP Key System include:
- One button to park a call to an orbit, and all parking orbits synced between phones;
- Parked or free status indicated via LED;
- The abiolity to pick up parked calls from any phone;
- Two page groups per location that can be joined or exited from dedicated soft keys on each phone; and
- Custom labels available for parking orbits.
“The goal with BullsEye’s VoIP Key System was to replicate a phone system that people are used to while at the same time integrate the latest technology and best practices that are reflected in a VoIP-based product,” said Evan Branstner, Network Endpoint Engineer for BullsEye Telecom. “Our product offers a familiar interface on an attractive, user-friendly phone to help transition customers who have never tried VoIP, but still wish to keep traditional functionality.”
VoIP Key System is the latest addition to BullsEye’s growing suite of VoIP endpoints, all of which are geared toward delivering increased efficiency, reliability and scalability, while reducing overall costs. BullsEye customers enjoy the day-to-day benefits of having engineers who know the latest technologies and collaborate directly with them to create a truly optimized communications environment.