Documenting Your Company's Network Infrastructure
Documenting Your Network Infrastructure
The cornerstone of any VoIP migration plan knows the existing network landscape and maps required processes to new network schematics transforming PBX landscapes into dynamic, IP-enabled telecommunications ecosystems for your business.
Diagrams of existing network typologies enhance our consultants’ abilities to audit capabilities and configurations of current telephony systems while taking into consideration desired feature upgrades and system enhancements.
Businesses with multiple sites and/or multiple physical locations need pay particular attention to document complete network infrastructures that includes, but is not limited to, the number of sites to be serviced, their locations and business functions, quality of service requirements for each site and location and any known network caveats for a thorough infrastructure review and audit.
Documenting Related Telecommunications Items
Developing inventory lists of telephony related items is an important exercise in assessing what specific pieces of the existing telecommunications infrastructures have capabilities of being re-purposed while also providing simple frameworks of new costs that may be incurred with your VoIP migration.
Items that are in most cases transferable from PBX to VoIP systems include but are not limited to auto-attendants, dial plans and individual user information (templates, services, voicemail, etc.).
Our team of VoIP implementation experts have helped hundreds of companies and organizations successfully deploy custom VoIP migrations. Speak with a Business VoIP Experts consultant today for more information about your company's specific requirements.
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