3CX VOIP Phone System Product Tour
A complete 3CX VOIP Phone System for Windows consists of the server software, soft phones or SIP hardware phones, and a VOIP Gateway to connect your existing phone lines. A VOIP provider can be used to leverage low cost calls across your user network.
The system can use the existing computer wiring (and share the network point with the computer) and can be installed on an existing, non-dedicated Windows server (no need for Linux!) or run as a virtual machine. Say goodbye to expensive, proprietary, phone system expansion modules and costly phone bills!
3CX delivers standards-based Unified Communications & Presence
3CX users can easily see the presence of other users and avoid unnecessarily making or transferring calls. Presence is displayed in any standards-based SIP client, including 3CX VOIP Client and SIP hardware phones (BLF). Deliver mobility by allowing users to make and receive calls from anywhere – even from home. Unify voice mail and faxes with email by having them all delivered to the users’ inbox.
My-phone user portal: Self-service and save administrator’s time!
With the My-phone user portal feature in 3CX Phone System, users can easily configure their extension preferences. Forward calls to voice mail or to another telephone extension or external number – even a mobile phone number – when the phone is not answered or busy. The My-phone portal is accessed via a browser and is so simple that you don’t need the IT Manager to do it for you!
3CX Assistant offers extension users an easy way to transfer, divert, launch or park calls – via “drag and drop” rather then via a cryptic phone interface. In addition 3CX Assistant offers unified communications features such as extension status (presence) of other users and Call Queue information. 3CX Assistant works in tandem with any IP phone (including 3CX VoIP phone) or even analog phones.
Web based console: Configure and Monitor from anywhere
The web-based interface makes 3CX Phone System configuration and management a breeze. No need to learn an obscure, archaic phone system interface or pay for the phone system supplier to make configuration changes. You can monitor phone system status, including which extensions and PSTN lines are busy, and more, from a web browser.